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Full text of "Annual of the Louisiana Conference, containing the journal of the ... session of the Methodist Church, South Central Jurisdiction"

The Bishop's Office Address— 

BISHOP AUBREY G. WALTON 
1915 American Bank Building 
200 Carondelet Street 
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 
Telephone Area Code 504 - 525-3791 



The Episcopal Residence— 

4002 St. Charles Ave. 

New Orleans, Louisiana 70115 

Telephone Area Code 504 - 891-4745 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



I. 

II. 
III. 
IV. 

V. 
VI. 

VII. 
VIII. 



Officers of the Conference 

Boards, Commissions, Committees, Trustees, Etc 14-29 

Calendar of Dates 29-32 

Journal 

Regular Session 33-52 

Condensed Minutes 53-59 



IX. 



X. 

XI. 

XII. 

XIII. 

XIV. 



61-79 



Appointments 

Transfers, Deaconesses, Missionaries 

Reports _ 8°"1 49 



Directory 
Retired Members 



163-165 



Effective Members __ 165-175 

Members on Trial 175-176 

Full Time Supply Pastor 176-177 

Part Time Approved Supplies 177-178 

Student Approved Supply l78 

Lay Delegates to the Annual Conference 178-180 

Laymen on Boards and Agencies 180-183 

Local Preachers 183-185 

Changes In Charge Boundaries 185 



CONFERENCE ROLL (Pastoral Record) 

Retired Members 

Effective Members 

Members on Trial 



188-190 
191-201 
201-202 
202-205 

206-207 




Approved Supply Pastors 

Conference Rules 

Death Roll 208 - 215 

Sessions of The Conference 216-218 



Memoirs 



219-229 



Statistical Tables 



INDEX 
(See inside back cover) 



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SOUTH CENTRAL JURISDICTION 
ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-SECOND SESSION 

(Twenty-ninth Since Unification) 
held at 

CENTENARY COLLEGE 

SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 
MAY 29 - JUNE 2, 1967 



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BISHOP AUBREY G. WALTON 



Resident Bishop of the Louisiana Area 
THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 

Official Visitor to Latin American 







Brown Chapel Centenary College 



JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 
OFFICERS, BOARDS, ETC. 

The Louisiana Annual Conference of 
The Methodist Church 



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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT-Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, 1915 American National Bank Build- 
ing, 200 Carondelet St., Residence, 4002 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, 
La. 70130 

SECRETARY-Rev. W. Ralph Cain, 3021 Curtis Lane, Shreveport, La. 71109 

ASSISTANT SECRETARIES-Rev. Douglas T. Williams, 2209 Pine St., 
Winnsboro, La., Rev. W. O. Lynch, Jr., 303 Lake Shore, Minden, La., 
Rev. Harold W. McClung, Box 326 Hosston, La. 

SECRETARY CONFERENCE ROLL-Rev. J. W. Matthews, Jr., Box 297, 
Kinder, La. 

STATISTICIAN AND TREASURER-Rev. J. E. Hearn, 1418 Brewster, 
Ruston, La. 



DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 

ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT-Rev. John F. Kilpatrick, 1818 Texas Avenue, 
Alexandria, La. 

BATON ROUGE DISTRICT-Dr. Bentley Sloane, 4044 S. Ramsey Street, 
Baton Rouge, La. 

LAFAYETTE DISTRICT-Dr. J. Henry Bowdon, 401 Live Oak Dr., Lafay- 
ette, La. 

LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT-Dr. Leonard Cooke, Box 801, Lake Charles, 
La. 

MONROE DISTRICT-Rev. Edward R. Haug, 501 Hilton St., Monroe, La. 

NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT-Dr. Carl F. Lueg, Sr., 4827 Bancroft Dr., 
New Orleans, La. 

RUSTON DISTRICT-Dr. Henry A. Rickey, 319 Glendale Dr., Ruston, La. 

SHREVEPORT DISTRICT-Rev. George Pearce, Jr., 839 Monrovia Street, 
Shreveport, La. 






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DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL AND THE 
JURISDICTIONAL CONFERENCES 



MINISTERIAL DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL CONFERENCE 
Benjamin R. Oliphint, 630 Jackson St., Alexandria, La. 
David L. Dykes, Jr., 623 Oak Hills, Shreveport, La. 
Carl F. Lueg, Sr., 4827 Bancroft Dr., New Orleans, La. 
George F. Pearce, Jr., 839 Monrovia St., Shreveport, La. 
Henry A. Rickey, 319 Glendale Dr., Ruston, La. 

MINISTERIAL DELEGATES TO THE JURISDICTIONAL CONFERENCE 
Jack S. Wilkes, P. O. Box 4188, Shreveport, La. 
Richard Leonard Cook, Box 801, Lake Charles, La. 
Daniel W. Poole, 401 Ruth St., Sulphur, La. 
Jack Cooke, 5243 Whitehaven, Baton Rouge, La. 
Rex Squyres, Route 5, Box 124B, Lake Charles, La. 
Edward R. Haug, 501 Hilton St., Monroe, La. 
Roy E. Mouser, 1611 Highway 14, Lake Charles, La. 



RESERVE MINISTERIAL DELEGATES TO THE JURISDICTIONAL 
CONFERENCE 

John M. Winn, Jr., Box 6102, Shreveport, La. 

Bentley Sloane, 4044 S. Ramsey, Baton Rouge, La. 

Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., 6645 Spanish Fort Blvd., New Orleans, La. 

LAY DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL CONFERENCE 

W. Davis Cotton, P. O. Box 478, Rayville, La. 

Thomas H. Matheny, Guaranty Bank Building, Hammond, La. 

Robert P. Lay, 322 Levin Lane, Shreveport, La. 

Vinson M. Mouser, Columbia, La. 

Dudley V. Snow, 1500 North Market St., Shreveport, La. 

LAY DELEGATES TO THE JURISDICTIONAL CONFERENCE 
Robert J. O'Neal, Caddo Parish Court House, Shreveport, La. 
John A. Dixon, Caddo Parish Court House, Shreveport, La. 
Mrs. Glenn E. Laskey, 710 North Vienna St., Ruston, La. 
J. C. Love, P. O. Box 370, Ruston, La. 
Dr. L. Keith Mason, 852 McCormick St., Shreveport, La. 
Mrs. C. B. McGowan, 2081 Ferndale Ave., Baton Rouge, La. 
Walter P. Harris, Sr., 8223 Sycamore Place, New Orleans, La. 

RESERVE LAY DELEGATES TO THE JURISDICTIONAL CONFERENCE 
Cecil E. Bland, Jr., P. O. Box 4325, Shreveport, La. 
Mrs. G. W. Dameron, 112 Redd Drive, Pineville, La. 
O. W. Marrs, 4621 Beech St., Baton Rouge, La. 



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THE AREA COUNCIL OF THE METHODIST CHURCH 
IN LOUISIANA 

The Resident Bishop. 

The District Superintendents. 

The Chairmen of all Conference Boards, Commissions, and Standing 
Committees. 

The President of the Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service. 

The Conference Lay Leader. 

The eight District Lay Leaders. 

The Conference Director of Student Work. 

The President of the Annual Conference of the Methodist Youth Fellow- 
ship. 

The Executive Officer or a Representative from each Institution or 
Agency operated by the Conference. 

The employed Administrative or Executive Officer of any of the groups 
named herein. 

The Conference Secretary. 

The Conference Treasurer. 

Three persons of whom one should be a woman selected by the Bishop 
and his Cabinet: Mrs. Glenn E. Laskey, Rev. D. W. Poole, Judge John A. 
Dixon, Jr. 

A Representative of the Commission on World Service and Finance 
shall sit with the Council in an advisory capacity only. 



STAFF OF THE AREA COUNCIL 

Area Council Director— 

Dr. Luman E. Douglas, P. O. Box 4325, Shreveport, Louisiana 

Associate Area Council Director- 
Rev. K. G. Rorie, P. O. Box 4325, Shreveport, Louisiana 

Associate Area Council Director- 
Cecil Bland, Box 4325, Shreveport, Louisiana 

Associate Area Council Director- 
Rev. Earl B. Emmerich, P. O. Box 4325, Shreveport, Louisiana 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF AREA COUNCIL 

Officers 

Chairman Rev. Jack S. Wilkes 

Vice-Chairman Mr. Kenneth Rigby 

Recording Secretary Rev. Jack Cooke 

Treasurer Rev. J. E. Hearn 

and 

Resident Bishop Aubrey G. Walton 

Area Director Rev. Luman E. Douglas 

Chairman of the Cabinet — - Rev. E. R. Haug 

Cabinet Member Rev. Bentley Sloane 

Cabinet Member Rev. George F. Pearce, Jr. 

Conference Lay Leader Mr. Thomas H. Matheny 

President of Conference WSCS __ - Mrs. C. B. McGowan 

Representative of Conference Commission , 

on World Service and Finance Rev. Robert B. Crichlow 

(who shall be a non-voting member) (or person designated by 

representative if repre- 
sentative cannot attend) 



MEMBERS OF THE AREA COUNCIL 

Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, 1715 American Bank Bldg., 200 Carondelet St., 

New Orleans, Louisiana 70130. 
Dr. Luman E. Douglas, Area Director, P. O. Box 4325, Shreveport, Louisiana. 

Rev. K. G. Rorie, Associate Area Director, P. O. Box 4325, Shreveport, 
Louisiana. 

Rev. Earl B. Emmerich, Associate Area Director, P. O. Box 4325, Shreveport, 
Louisiana. 

Mr. Cecil Bland, Associate Area Director, P. O. Box 4325, Shreveport, Louisi- 
ana. 

Rev. Ben R. Oliphint, Chairman, Conference Board of Education, 630 Jackson 
St., Alexandria, Louisiana. 

Rev Jack Cooke, Conference Director of Advance Specials and Secretary of 
Area Council, 3350 Dalrymple Dr., Baton Rouge, La. 

Rev. Merlin W. Merrill, Chairman, Conference Board of Evangelism, 3501 
Patrick St., Lake Charles, Louisiana. 

Rev George W. Pomeroy, Chairman, Conference Board of Hospitals and 
Homes, 812 Kirkman, Lake Charles, Louisiana. 

Rev Douglas McGuire, Chairman, Conference Board of Ministerial Train- 
ing and Qualifications, Trinity Methodist Church, Ruston, Louisiana. 

Rev. Roy E. Mouser, Chairman, Conference Board of Missions, 1611 Hwy. 14, 
Lake Charles, Louisiana. 



JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



Miss Norma Garlington, Chairman, Deaconess Board, First Methodist Church, 
Alexandria, Louisiana. 

Rev. James L. Adams, Chairman, Conference Board of Pensions, 1011 
Floumoy-Lucas Rd., Shreveport, Louisiana. 

Rev. J. Woodrow Hearn, Chairman Conference Board of Christian Social 
Concerns, 707 Medical Arts Building, Ft. Worth, Texas. 

Rev. A. G. Taylor, Chairman, Conference Historical Commission, Box 505, 
Haynesville, Louisiana. 

Rev. Ira W. Flowers, Chairman, Conference Commission on Minimum Salary, 
411 Sherrouse, Monroe, Louisiana. 

Mr. Kenneth Rigby, Chairman, Conference Commission on Public Relations 
and Methodist Information, P. O. Box 779, Shreveport, Louisiana. 

Rev. Wilson L. Watson, Chairman, Conference Commission TV, Radio and 
Film, 2299 Fairview Dr. Pineville, Louisiana. 

Rev. Garland C. Dean, Jr., Chairman, Town and Country Commission, Box 
574, DeQuincy, Louisiana. 

Rev. Robert B. Crichlow, Chairman, Conference Commission on World Service 
and Finance — Representative to Council, 186 Stuart, Shreveport, Louisi- 
ana. 

Rev. James E. Christie, Chairman, Conference Commission on Worship, 
300 N. 5th, Leesville, Louisiana. 

Rev. L. L. Booth, Chairman Commission on Christian Higher Education, 
2512 Margaret St., Metairie, Louisiana. 

Rev. Clyde Frazier, Chairman, Board of Managers, Pastors' School, 6645 
Spanish Fort Blvd., New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Rev. Benedict A. Galloway, Chairman, Conference Trustees, Urban Work and 
Episcopal Residence, 3900 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 
70115. 

Rev. John Koelemay, Methodist Hospital Promotional Director, 4226 Chef 
Menteur Hy., New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Rev. George W. Ross, Chairman, Committee on Publishing Interests, 112 
Arnould Blvd., Lafayette, Louisiana. 

Rev. Delton Pickering, Conference Director of Student Work, 467 E. Chimes 
Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 

Rev. Rex Squyres, Conference Secretary Town and Country, Director, Church 
Survey and Community Development, Rt. 5, Box 124 B, Lake Charles, 
Louisiana. 

Rev. W. Ralph Cain, Conference Secretary, 3021 Curtis Lane, Shreveport, 
Louisiana. 

Rev. J. E. Hearn, Conference Treasurer and Statistician, 1418 Brewster 
Avenue, Ruston, Louisiana. 

Rev. Jolly B. Harper, Chairman, Commission on Interjurisdictional Relations, 
307 Percy Street, Natchitoches, Louisiana. 

Mr. J. C. Love, Jr., Chairman, Board of Review and Resolutions, Box 370, 
Ruston, Louisiana. 

Rev. Rupert D. Coles, Conference Director of Camping, 1130 N. Rampart, 
New Orleans, Louisiana. 



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Rev. Oscar E. Cloyd, Chairman, Conference Commission on Christian Voca- 
tions, 1204 Crabapple Dr., Shreveport, Louisiana. 

Rev. W. D. Boddie, Chairman, Committee on Conference Relations, 315 E. 
Third St., Crowley, Louisiana. 

Mrs. C. B. McGowan, President, Conference WSCS, 2081 Ferndale, Baton 
Rouge, Louisiana. 

Dr. Jack S. Wilkes, President Centenary College, P. O. Box 4188, Shreveport, 
Louisiana. 

Rev. Harry E. Ezell, Superintendent, Methodist Children's Home, P. O. Box 
520, Ruston, Louisiana. 

Mr. Thomas H. Matheny, Conference Lay Leader, Guaranty Bank Bldg., 
Hammond, Louisiana. 

Rev. Jack Midyett, Superintendent, Methodist Home Hospital, 815 Washing- 
ton Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130. 

Rev. Alfred A. Knox, Editor, The Louisiana Methodist, P. O. Box 3547, 
Little Rock, Arkansas. 

Mr. J. R. Russell, Chairman, Retired Ministers' Homes, Inc., P. O. Box 7036, 
Shreveport, Louisiana. 

The Conference MYF President. 

Mr. Ewell Singleton, Administrator, Glenwood Hospital, West Monroe, Lou- 
isiana. 

Mr.,A. P. White, Methodist Home for Aged, Inc., 304 Barksdale Blvd., Bossier 
City, Louisiana. 

Mr. Herbert Moffett, Conference Director, 1000 Club, 1514 Cedar St., 
West Monroe, Louisiana. 

The District Superintendents — (for list, see page 5). 
The District Lay Leaders 



MEMBERS AT LARGE 

Mrs. Glenn E. Laskey, 710 North Vienna, Ruston, Louisiana. 

Rev. D. W. Poole, 401 Ruth Street, Sulphur, Louisiana. 

Mr. Robert P. Lay, 322 Levin Lane, Shreveport, Louisiana. 

ELECTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS TO 
GENERAL BOARDS AND AGENCIES 

Board of Missions — Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, Mrs. Glenn Laskey. 
Board of Trustees of The Methodist Church — Vinson M. Mouser. 

Board of Pensions Vinson M. Mouser. 

Board of Education — Rev. Benjamin R. Oliphint. 

Board of Chrisian Social Concerns — Rev. Douglas Jackson. 

Board of Evangelism — Robert P. Lay. 

Commssion on Structure of Methodism Overseas — Rev. Virgil D. Morris. 

Commission on Interjurisdictional Relations — Dr. Keith Mason. 



JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 11 

Commission on Promotion and Cultivation — W. Davis Cotton. 

Television, Radio and Film Commission — Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, J. C. 
Love, Jr. 

Town and Country Commission — Bishop Aubrey G. Walton. 

University Senate — Rev. Jack Wilkes. 

The Committee to Study the Ministry — Rev. Carl F. Lueg. 



ELECTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS TO 
JURISDICTIONAL BOARDS AND AGENCIES 

Board of Missions — Rev. Carl F. Lueg. 

Board of Education — Rev. Benjamin R. Oliphint, Guyton Watkins. 

Board of Evangelism — Rev. Edward Haug, Robert P. Lay, Miss Carol Wood. 

Committee on Christian Social Concerns — Rev. Douglas Jackson, Joseph H. 
Kavanaugh, Rev. Woodrow Hearn. 

Committee on Hospitals and Homes — Rev. George Pomeroy. 

Committee on Temporal Economy and Lay Activities — Thomas H. Matheny, 

Dudley V. Snow. 
Court of Appeals - Rev. Leonard Cooke; Rev. Bentley Sloane (Alternate). 
Executive Secretary of the South Central Jurisdiction - Rev. Virgil D. Morris. 

Advisory Council on Interjurisdictional Relations — Rev. Douglas L. McGuire, 
Thomas H. Matheny. 

Jurisdiction Council — Rev. Luman E. Douglas, Robert P. Lay. 

Lydia Patterson Institute - Rev. Fred Flurry, Mrs. George Dameron, 

Program and Arrangements for 1968 Jurisdictional Conference - Rev. Carl 

F. Lueg. 
Television, Radio, and Film Commission — Rev. Jolly B. Harper, Joseph H. 

Kavanaugh. 
Town and Country - Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, Rev. A. Jerome Cain. 

Trustee at Mt. Sequoyah — Rev. Luman E. Douglas. 

Trustees - Southern Methodist University - Rev. Carl F. Lueg, Floyd 

James. 
Jurisdictional Methodist Historical Society - Rev. J. Henry Bowdon, Sr. 
Board of Finance - Rev. Benedict A. Galloway, Vinson M. Mouser. 

SPECIAL CONFERENCE REPRESENTATIVES 

Conference Lay Leader - Thomas H. Matheny, Guaranty Bank Building, 

Hammond, Louisiana. 
Conference Missionary Secretary - Rev. K. G. Rorie, P. O. Box 4325, Shreve- 

port, Louisiana. 
Conference Secretary of Evangelism - Rev. K. G. Rorie, P. O. Box 4325, 

Shreveport, Louisiana. 



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Director, Church Survey and Community Development and Conference Sec- 
retary of Town and Country Work — Rev. Rex Squyres, P. O. Box 297, 
Kinder, Louisiana. 

President of Centenary College — Dr. Jack S. Wilkes, Centenary College, 
Shreveport, Louisiana. 

Superintendent of Methodist Children's Home — Rev. Harry E. Ezell, P. O. 
Box 520, Ruston, Louisiana 

Superintendent of Methodist Home Hospital — Rev. Jack H. Midyett, 815 
Washington Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Administrator Glenwood Hospital — Mr. Ewell Singleton, West Monroe, 
Louisiana. 

Editor "The Louisiana Methodist" - Rev. Alfred A. Knox, P. O. Box 3547, 
Little Rock, Arkansas. 

Executive Secretary South Central Jurisdiction — Rev. Virgil D. Morris, 
201-3 Bixler Bldg., 2400 N.W. 23rd St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Promotional Director — Methodist Hospital — Rev. John Koelemay, 4226 Chef 
Menteur Highway, New Orleans, Louisiana. 



REPRESENTATIVES TO THE LOUISIANA COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

ASSEMBLY 

By virtue of office and in addition to regular elected or appointed 
representatives: 

Bishop Aubrey G. Walton — Communion Executive 

Mrs. Glenn E. Lasky — NCC representative in Louisiana 

Dr. L. Keith Mason — Council Department Chairman, NCC representative 

Mr. Shelby L. Smith — NCC representative 

Mrs. E. N. Jackson — Council Officer 

Elected or appointed by member Communion: 

Rev. Jack Cooke, Dr. Benedict A. Galloway, Rev. Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., 
Dr. Jolly B. Harper, Dr. Ben R. Oliphint, Dr. Henry A. Rickey, Rev. Merlin 
W. Merrill, Rev. H. Barry Bailey, Rev. Rex Squyres, Mr. Owen C. Brown, 
Mrs. C. B. McGowan, Mr. Tom Matheny, Mr. Joseph H. Kavanaugh, Mr. W. 
A. Ford, Mrs. Edward R. Thomas, Mr. M. S. White, Dr. Dana Dawson, Jr. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS - LCC 



Representatives to the Board of Directors: 

By virtue of office: 

Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, Communion Executive 

Mrs. E. N. Jackson, 2nd Vice-president 

Dr. L. Keith Mason — Chairman, Department of Public Relations 

Elected or appointed by communion: 

Mr. Owen C. Brown 
Dr. Ben Oliphint 
Dr. Henry A. Rickey 



JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 13 

OFFICERS AND SECRETARIES 
WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE 

Officers 

President Mrs. C. B. McGowan 

2081 Ferndale, Baton Rouge, La. 70808 

Vice President Mrs. J. B. Mouton, Sr. 

711 Irwin, Sulphur, La. 

Recording Secretary Mrs. T. E. Hampton 

2221 Oak Park Blvd., Lake Charles, La. 

Treasurer Mrs. Carl Gallaher 

P. O. Box 24193, New Orleans, La. 70124 

Secretaries 

Campus Ministry Mrs. R. M. Bingham 

Rt. 2, Box 24, Simmsboro, La. 71275 

Christian Social Relations Mrs. Wiley B. Gardner 

P. O. Box 445, Mooringsport, La. 71060 

Membership Cultivation Mrs. Max L. Clayton 

7100 Sixth St., New Orleans, La. 70123 

Missionary Education and Service Mrs. Garland Dean, Jr. 

Box 574, DeQuincy, La. 70633 

Missionary Personnel Mrs. John Oldham 

10465 Cedarlane Dr., Baton Rouge, La. 

Program Materials Mrs. Robert Reich 

333 East Boyd, Baton Rouge, La. 70808 

Spiritual Life Cultivation Mrs. John L. Howe, Jr. 

1210 East Main St., Houma, La. 70560 

Supply Work Mrs. L. C. Aycock 

Box 366, Ruston, La. 71270 

Wesleyan Service Guild Miss Mildred Evans 

2 Chatham Dr., New Orleans, La. 70122 



BOARD OF EDUCATION - STAFF 

Executive Secretary Earl Emmerich 

Conference Director of Older Adults M. C. Cady 

Conference Director of Adult Work Beverly Bond 

Conference Director of Youth Work J. C. Skinner 

Conference Director of Children's Work Mrs. Earl Emmerich 

Conference Director of Campus Ministry Delton Pickering 



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Conference Director of Ministers and 

Director of Christian Education Lars Broadus 

Conference Director of Ministers and 

Directors of Music Clarence Fuller 

Representative of Board of Education to 

Louisiana Conference of Methodist Education (LAME) Ben Oliphint 

Conference Director of Camping Rupert Coles 

MINISTERS OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Rev. Lars L. Broadus, Rev. James Harmon Humphreys, Rev. Clarence 
Snelling. 

DIRECTORS OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Miss Joe Marie Ellett, Miss Norma Garlington, Miss Mary Searles. 
Mrs. Ann Stevens Calcote, Rev. Clarence Snelling. 



MINISTER OF MUSIC 

Rev. Clarence Gerald Fuller, Jr. 

DIRECTORS OF MUSIC 

Mrs. Mary Linn Caraway. 

CABINET REPRESENTATIVE TO YOUTH COUNCIL 

Rev. George F. Pearce, Jr. 

BOARDS 

BOARDS OF CHURCH LOCATION AND BUILDINGS (District) 

ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT- 

Clerical - Eskel L. Tatum, Byrl J. Moreland, C. R. Hoffpauir. 
Lay - J. N. Fomby, Thilo Steinschulte, Charles Cantrel. 

BATON ROUGE DISTRICT- 

Clerical — Dana Dawson, Jr., Beverly Bond, Hugh Baker. 
Lay - E. R. Nilson, O. W. Marrs, R. O. Coorpender. 

LAFAYETTE DISTRICT- 

Clerical — W. D. Boddie, James L. Stovall, C. R. McCammon. 
Lay — J. Y. Foreman, Jim Gray, Harry Cross. 

LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT- 

Clerical — George W. Pomeroy, Merlin W. Merrill, Oakley Lee. 
Lay — C. E. Kingery, Earl Koonce, Paul A. Ritter. 

MONROE DISTRICT- 

Clerical — Kenneth G. McDowell, Robert L. Peyton, George Harbuck. 
Lay — E. A. Freeman, Tommy Fraser, Pete Medak. 



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NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT- 

Clerical - B. A. Galloway, W. R. Irving, Robert L. Potter. 
Lay — Walter P. Harris, Sr., E. C. Arnold, Owen C. Brown. 

RUSTON DISTRICT- 

Clerical — James J. Caraway, Edward R. Thomas. 
Lay — J. C. Love, Jr., H. Y. Galloway, Marcus Wren. 

SHREVEPORT DISTRICT- 

Clerical — Robert Carter, James Beasley, Arthur M. Baker. 
Lay — James R. Lee, Albert Trickett, J. L. Saxon. 



DEACONESS BOARD - President, Miss Norma Garlington; Vice Presi- 
dent, Miss Barbara Boultinghouse, Sager-Brown School, Baldwin, La.; Secre- 
tary, Mrs. John R. Oldham, 10465 Cedar Lane Dr., Baton Rouge, La., 
Treasurer, Mrs. Carl Gallaher, Box 24193, New Orleans, La. 

The Presiding Bishop, the District Superintendents, Mrs. C. B. McGowan, 
Mrs. Charles Giessen, Mrs. C. R. McCammon, Rev. Tommy Ray Bergeron, 
Mrs. Carl Gallaher, Mrs. Glenn E. Laskey, Dr. Ben R. Oliphint, Dr. J. Henry 
Bowdon, Mrs. Russell Ramp, Rev. Jack H. Midyett, Miss Barbara Boulting- 
house, Miss Norma K. Garlington, Miss Patricia Gibson, Miss Evelyn Mur- 
phree. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION - Chairman, Rev. Ben R. Oliphint; Vice 
Chairman, Haynes Harkey; Secretary, Rev. B. E. Bond; Treasurer, R. H. 

Nelson. 

Clerical Members — George W. Ross, W. D. Boddie, James T. Stovall, 
Ben R. Oliphint, B. A. Galloway, Beverly E. Bond, Sam Nader, August E. 
Aamodt. 

Members at Large — Jack S. Wilkes, George W. Harbuck, Dr. J. B. 
Kelley. 

Lay Members — Dr. Leo Albritton, William Patrick, Guyton Watkins, 
John Mims, Haynes Harkey, George D. Williams, L. O. Burkhalter, Francis 
V. Barnett, R. H. Nelson. 

Ex-Officio Members — Three from Conference M.Y.F.; President of 
Conference Young Adult Fellowship; State Director of Student Work, J. 
Delton Pickering; Director of Christian Education, Lars Broadus. 



BOARD OF EVANGELISM - Chairman, Rev. Merlin W. Merrill; 
Vice Chairman, Ed. Cloutman; Secretary, Loyd E. Williams; Conference 
Secretary of Evangelism, Rev. K. G. Rorie. 

Clerical Members — Jolly B. Harper, Fred W. Schwendiemann, Robert 
R. Miller, William F. Mayo, Loyd E. Williams, Reuel H. Allen, Merlin W. 
Merrill, D. L. Dykes, Jr. 

Lay Members — Henry H. Bernard, O. W. Marrs, Ralph Cowen, Ed 
Cloutman, Pete Medak, Ernest C. Arnold, Roy Ezell, Robert P. Lay. 

Ex-Officio Members — Mrs. T. Luster James, from the WSCS; District 
Secretaries and District Superintendents. 

BOARD OF HOSPITALS AND HOMES - Chairman, Rev. George W. 
Pomeroy; Secretary-Treasurer, Rev. Don Wineinger. 

Clerical Members — Earl B. Emmerich, William V. Sirman, C. R. Mc- 
Cammon, George W. Pomeroy, Kenneth G. McDowell, Terral T. Lowe, A. A. 
McKnight, Fred Mead. 



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Lay Members — Dr. P. Mack Davis, Dr. T. Waldo Morgan, C. D. Jones, 
J. J Malarkey, Ralph Caldwell, A. J. Ganier, Dr. Marvin T. Green, A. P. 
White. 

Ex-Officio Members — Judge Vinson M. Mouser, from the General Board; 
the Executive Officers and Administrators of Conference Hospitals and 
Homes. 

BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES - Chairman, Thomas H. Matheny, 
Guaranty Bank Bldg., Hammond, La.; Vice Chairman, Dudley Snow, 1500 N. 
Market, Shreveport, La.; Secretary-Treasurer, John Trotter, Box 235, New 
Iberia, La. 

Members — District Superintendents, District Lay Leaders, Associate 
Lay Leaders. 



DISTRICT LAY LEADERS AND ASSOCIATE LAY LEADERS 

ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT- 

District Lay Leader - V. J. French, P. O. Box 731, Jena, Louisiana 71342 

Associate District Lay Leaders — Earl Breedlove, Route 2, Box 358, 

Natchitoches, Louisiana 71457 
Jack Douglas, 1825 Princeton Street, Alexandria, Louisiana 71301 

C. E. Ewing, Jr., 3810 Pecan Drive, Alexandria, Louisiana 71301 
Wayne Fallin, 1425 Donnahue Ferry Road, Pineville, Louisiana 71360 
Newton Forrest, Maple Street, Winnfield, Louisiana 71483 

Herbert Gledhill, Route 2, Box 107, Arlington Drive, Pineville, Louisiana 

71360 
Robert Nash, 2711 Hills Road, Pineville, Louisiana 71360 
Roy Rickerson, 3052 Southfield Drive, Alexandria, Louisiana 71301 
Kent Thompson, Route 2, Box 491, Ville Platte, Louisiana 70586 
John B. Tubb, Route 1, Box 222-1, Pineville, Louisiana 71360 
Col. George Weego, 5617 Mildred Street, Alexandria, Louisiana 71301 
Sam Wells, Grant Parish Court House, Colfax, Louisiana 71417 

BATON ROUGE DISTRICT- 

District Lay Leader — O. W. "Red" Marrs, 4621 Beech Street, Baton 
Rouge, Louisiana 70805 

Associate District Lay Leaders — Glen Andrews, P. O. Box 66, Gonzales, 

Louisiana 70737 
Lester Duncan, 214 Cedar Road, Bogalusa, Louisiana 70427 
Joseph Kavanaugh, 4642 Palm Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808 
Dr. Jerry B. Kelley, 9941 Molly Lea Drive, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70815 
W. F. Kline, Jr., Clinton, Louisiana 70722 

Arthur W. Meinke, Route 2, Box 123, Denham Springs, Louisiana 70726 
John Mier, 104 Hynes Drive, Plaquemine, Louisiana 70764 
P. C. Robert, Jr., 1546 Hermosa Drive, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70815 
Robert Roland, 137 St. Ferdinand Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70801 

D. E. Seal, 503 N. W. Central Street, Amite, Louisiana 70422 
C. B. Sledge, Route 2, Box 15-M, Hammond, Louisiana 70401 
L. F. Smith, 3372 North 38th Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70805 
Earl Wascom, Corbin, Louisiana 70724 

Charles Watts, 428 Mississippi Avenue, Bogalusa, Louisiana 70427 



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LAFAYETTE DISTRICT- 

District Lay Leader — Wayne Gilmore, 357 West Vine Street, Opelousas, 
Louisiana 70570 

Associate District Lay Leaders - John E. Boagni, Jr., 1627 South Market 

Street, Opelousas, Louisiana 70570 

Gordon H. Bordelon, Melville, Louisiana 71353 

R. C. Croom, 500 Marguerite Street, Lafayette, Louisiana 70501 

Harry Cross, P. O. Box 165, Morgan City, Louisiana 70380 

Seymour Dalshiemer, 28 Dallas Drive, Houma, Louisiana 70360 

James L. Gray, P. O. Box 1212, New Iberia, Louisiana 70560 

William A. Haskell, 307 Live Oak Drive, Lafayette, Louisiana 70501 

Vernon Huckaby, 710 Vicnaire Street, New Iberia, Louisiana 70560 

Frank Johnston, P. O. Box 3767, Lafayette, Louisiana 70501 

George Landry, P. O. Box 395, Patterson, Louisiana 70392 

Albert Perry, P. O. Box 236, Galliano, Louisiana 70354 

B. A. Rose, 350 West Vine Street, Opelousas, Louisiana 70570 

Judge Carroll Spell, 105 Valcourt Road, Abbeville, Louisiana 70510 

Rodney Young, 205 West 10th Street, Crowley, Louisiana 70526 

LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT- 

District Lay Leader - Hubert M. Blanchard, P. O. Box 462, Sulphur, 
Louisiana 70663 

Associate District Lay Leaders - Orvill Britt, 1108 John Paul Jones Street, 

Leesville, Louisiana 71446 

Robert H. Chabreck, Route 1, Box 20-A, Grand Chenier, Louisiana 70643 

Ed Cloutman, 2310 17th Street, Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601 

Allan Collette, Jr., P. O. Box 270, Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601 

Gerald Cormier, Shaw Addition, Vinton, Louisiana 70668 

W. A. Ford, 3707 Brentwood Street, Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601 

W. E. Godwin, Jr., 621 Blackman Street, Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601 

Louis Hoffman, 1613 Sarah Drive, Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601 

Floyd L. Martin, 87 Lake Court Street, DeRidder, Louisiana 70634 

Kenneth Martin, 1321 Dewey Street, Westlake, Louisiana 70669 

W. B. Maynard, P. O. Box 712, Eunice, Louisiana 70535 

Claudius A. Mayo, 918 Clarence Street, Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601 

David H. Morgan, 430 Third Street, Jennings, Louisiana 70546 

Crawford Mount, Iowa, Louisiana 70647 

Eloi Primeaux, P. O. Box 143, Hayes, Louisiana 70646 

Louis Smaihall, 802 North Cutting Street, Jennings, Louisiana 70546 

MONROE DISTRICT- 

District Lay Leader - Joe D. Solomon, 98 North Charmingdale Drive, 
Monroe, Louisiana 71201 

Associate District Lay Leaders - John Clark, Jr., 100 Warwick Street, 

Monroe, Louisiana 71201 
Harold DeBray, P. O. Box 614, Fairbanks, Louisiana 71240 
Haynes L. Harkey, 1806 Spencer Street, Monroe, Louisiana 71201 
Ted L. Johnston, Grayson, Louisiana 71435 
Pete Medak, 1801 Milton Street, Monroe, Louisiana 71201 
Herbert C. Moffett, 1514 Cedar Street, West Monroe, Louisiana 71291 



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James Pichoff, P. O. Box 387, Oak Grove, Louisiana 71263 

R. S. Rife, Jr., Route 1, Ferriday, Louisiana 71334 

Norman Rushing, 2403 East Ninth Street, West Monroe, Louisiana 71291 

Eugene Smith, 3007 North 12th Street, West Monroe, Louisiana 71291 

W. M. Smith, Route 4, Box 629, West Monroe, Louisiana 71291 

Ed Stinson, Jr., 314 Marie Drive, West Monroe, Louisiana 71291 

J. B. Thompson, 1001 Mulberry Street, Rayville, Louisiana 71269 

Jack Warren, 1207 Cullen Drive, Bastrop, Louisiana 71220 

NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT- 

District Lay Leader - Truman L. Ward, 500 Walker Street, New Orleans, 
Louisiana 70124 

Associate District Lay Leaders — Don Aswell, 2641 Hudson Place, New 
Orleans, Louisiana 70114 

Ernest C. Arnold, 4320 General Pershing Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 
70125 

W. A. Baker, 356 Cleveland Street, Slidell, Louisiana 70458 
James W. Bolton, 4 Albert Court, Metairie, Louisiana 70003 
Harold D. Brennand, 1104 Nashville Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 
70115 

Owen C. Brown, Jr., 4116 Cleveland Place, Metairie, Louisiana 70003 
Wilbert Edgecomb, Route 1, Buras, Louisiana 70041 
Dallas Fiandt, 5701 Pembrook Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 
Russell H. Field, 1201 Metairie Road, Metairie, Louisiana 70005 
James H. Forsyth, 5818 Memphis Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70124 
Malcolm Fyfe, 110 East William David Parkway, Metairie, Louisiana 
70005 

Walter P. Harris, Sr., 8223 Sycamore Place, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118 
Henry Mayfield, P. O. Box 688, Covington, Louisiana 70433 
James A. Seglund, 6125 Pratt Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70122 
Guy L. Smith, 322 Jewel Street, Apt. E, New Orleans, Louisiana 70124 
Dr. J. B. Stafford, 2413 Prentiss Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70122 
T. J. Vastine, 4451 Wellington Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70122 
John Weese, 2433 Church Drive, Chalmette, Louisiana 70043 

RUSTON DISTRICT- 

District Lay Leader - Robert Charles Smith, P. O. Box 793, Springhill, 
Louisiana 71075 

Associate District Lay Leaders — P. D. Cox, Dubach, Louisiana 71235 

J. G. Elliott, Farmerville, Louisiana 71241 

George H. Ford, 100 North Main Street, Homer, Louisiana 71040 

Alton Hortman, 1201 Lewisville Street, Minden, Louisiana 71055 

Joe G. Key, 105 Allen Avenue, Jonesboro, Louisiana 71251 

Floyd McCarty, P. O. Box 484, Ringgold, Louisiana 71068 

D. W. McCleish, Bryceland, Louisiana 71014 

Fred McFarland, Downsville, Louisiana 71234 

John A. Moody, Cotton Valley, Louisiana 71018 

Lloyd Neeles, Route 2, Ruston, Louisiana 71270 

Dr. Paul Pennington, Route 1, Ruston, Louisiana 71270 

Hale R. Shadow, Drawer 1, Ruston, Louisiana 71271 

Marcus Wren, 110 Sibley Road, Minden, Louisiana 71055 



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SHREVEPORT DISTRICT- 

District Lay Leader — Dudley V. Snow, 1500 North Market Street, 
Shreveport, Louisiana 71107 

Associate District Lay Leaders — Harold Carlisle, Coushatta, Louisiana 

71019 
James B. Harris, 600 Unadilla Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71106 
Willie Hartline, Vivian, Louisiana 71082 
Kenneth Rigby, P. O. Box 779, Shreveport, Louisiana 71102 
Jerry Ross, 2941 Amelia Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71108 
Howell H. Smith, 2422 Waverly Drive, Bossier City, Louisiana 71010 
Ardrian L. Thomas, 9020 Blom Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71108 
J. Albert Trickett, 504 Linden Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104 
C. B. Weekley, 599 Creswell Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101 
Thomas W. Wilson, 549 Mockingbird Lane, Shreveport, Louisiana 71105 



BOARD OF MINISTERIAL TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS - 
Chairman, Rev. Douglas L. McGuire; Vice Chairman, Rev. A. W. Town- 
send, Jr.; Registrar, Rev. D. M. Risinger; Treasurer, Rev. R. E. Walton. 

Members — Douglas L. McGuire, R. E. Walton, A. W. Townsend, Jr., 
Angus L. Carruth, Robert L. Potter, Donald M. Risinger, C. Ed Henkel, 
Robert L. Bengtson, Louis M. Coppage, Jr., Robert Ed. Taylor, Benedict A. 
Galloway, Beverly E. Bond, Sam Nader, Charles H. Giessen, D. Odell 
Simmons, Albert S. Hurley, Robert L. Tatum, William M. Stokes, Jr., Tracy 
R. Arnold, Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., Clyde S. Clark, James T. Harris, Fred S. 
Flurry, Marvin R. McFarland. 

Conference Board Representatives to District Boards — Alexandria, Louis 
M. Coppage, Jr.; Baton Rouge, Beverly E. Bond; Lafayette, Tracy R. Arnold; 
Lake Charles, Donald M. Risinger; Monroe, Fred S. Flurry; New Orleans, 
A. W. Townsend, Jr.; Ruston, D. L. McGuire; Shreveport, Robert Ed. Taylor. 

BOARD OF MISSIONS - Chairman, Rev. Roy E. Mouser; Vice Chair- 
man, Walter P. Harris, Sr.; Secretary, Rev. Eskell L. Tatum; Treasurer, James 
Collier; Conference Missionary Secretary, Rev. K. G. Rorie. 

Clerical Members - Ira M. Robinson, E. J. Barksdale, Roy E. Mouser, 
Dana Dawson, Jr., Karl D. Wood, Sr., Roy L. Garrett, Kirby A. Vining, 
Raymond M. Crofoot, Clark Bell, Abe M. Conerly, Jack Cooke, Don W. 
Alverson, Eskell L. Tatum, W. O. Lynch, Jr., Duke Robert Barron, Fred O. 
Shirley. 

Lay Members - Charles A. McCartney, Regan Nelson, C. S. McClesky, 
J. M. Breeden, Charles Bowman, R. C. Croom, Frank Notestine, Frank 
Harris, Sr., Herbert Moffett, W. D. Cotton, Walter P. Harris, Sr., Mrs. Ross 
R. Canal, J. Davidson Brown, Fred McFarland, George Nelson, Olius Guess. 

Member at Large — James Collier, Rev. Virgil D. Morris, Rev. D. W. 
Poole, Rev. Karl Tooke. 

Ex-Officio Members — Rev. Rex Squyres, Rev. K. G. Rorie, Thomas H. 
Matheny, (Conference Lay Leader); Mrs. C. B. McGowan, (President Con- 
ference WSCS). 

BOARD OF PENSIONS - Chairman, Rev. James L. Adams; Vice Chair- 
man, Carl Gallagher; Secretary, Rev. James W. Matthews; Treasurer, Judge 
R. J. O'Neal; Assistant-treasurer, Henry Y. Galloway; Executive Committee 
Members, Rev. E. R. Thomas and officers. 

Terms Expiring 1968 — Clerical — A. P. Smith, James L. Adams, J. W. 
Matthews, Jr., Glen R. Messer. Lay - O. K. Graves, Rt. 3, Winnfield, La.; 



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Prentis Mathis; Christie Roberts, Bastrop, La.; C. A. Gallagher, 130 Brace 
New Orleans, La. 

Terms Expiring 1972 - Clerical - Alfred M. Brown, Luther L. Booth, 
Cleburne W. Quaid, Edward R. Thomas, Lay - Harold Riggs, Box 1317 
Monroe, La.; John A. Dixon, Jr., 3736 Cornell, Shreveport, La- Henry Y 
Galloway, Arcadia, La.; Charles N. White, 3403 Parkway Dr., Alexandria, La! 

BOARD OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL CONCERNS - Chairman Rev J 
Woodrow Hearn; Vice Chairman, Kenneth Rigby; Secretary, Mrs Wideman 
Watson; Treasurer, Mrs. W. G. Gardner. 

Clerical Members of the Board - Robert I. Galatas, J. Woodrow Hearn 
Barry H. Bailey, Rupert D. Coles, J. C. Wallace, Oakley Lee, Dan W. Tohline' 
Charles S. Walker, Jr., Robert L. Peyton, Lloyd A. Foreman, Fred A Mead' 
William P. Fraser, Leon C. Scott, Douglas E. Jackson, George W. Harkins' 
D. W. Poole. 

Lay Members - George Kent, C. E. Ewing, Jr., Arthur R. Thiel, Mrs. 
Edward R. Thomas, Dr. W. H. Chambers, Mrs. George Thomas W L 
Henning, Mrs. J. B. Mouton, Sr., John Clark, Jr., Mrs. Raymond L. Boyd, 
James Forsyth, Mrs. Murray Finchers, Marcus Wren, Mrs. Wideman Watson 
Kenneth Rigby, Mrs. L. B. Kilpatrick. 

Ex-officio Members of the Board - Chairman, Christian Citizenship of 
the Conference MYF, a representative from MSM, Secretary of Christian 
Social Relations of the Conference WSCS, and the District Secretaries of 
Christian Social Concerns, members of Jurisdictional and General Conference 
Boards of Christian Social Concerns. 

Division of Alcohol Problems and General Welfare - Chairman, William 
P. Fraser; Co-chairman, Marcus Wren. 

Division of Peace and World Order - Chairman, Rupert D. Coles- Co- 
chairman, George Kent. 

Division of Human Relations and Economic Affairs — Chairman, Mrs. L. 
B. Kilpatrick; Co-chairman, Douglas Jackson. 



COMMISIONS 

COMMISION ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION - Chairman, 

Rev. L. L. Booth. 

1. From the Board of Education - Clerical - Sam Nader, B. A. Gallo- 
way, James Stovall, W. D. Boddie. Lay - Guyton Watkins, George Williams, 
John Mims, Robert Roland. 

2. Representing the Districts - Clerical - Walter L. Baker, W. Spencer 
Wren, Luther Booth, Cleburne Quaid, Ben Oliphint, W. J. Mayo, Wilson 
L Watson, Robert Ed Taylor, Lay - Guyton Watkins, George Williams 
John Mims, Robert Roland, Thomas H. Matheny, Dr. Z. L. Loflin Richard o' 
Boisture, Mrs. P. M. Terral, Dr. Woodson Tucker, H. L. Henry, Jr., Kenneth 
Rigby. 

3. At Large - Clerical - Dana Dawson, Jr. Lay - E. A. Freeman, 
Haynes Harkey. 

HISTORICAL COMMISSION- 

Clerical - J. Henry Bowdon, Sr., A. G. Taylor, A. D. St. Amant, Jr. 
Lay - Mrs. W. M. Noland, Oak Ridge, La.; Dr. Walter Lowrey, Centenary 
College, Shreveport, La. 



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MINIMUM SALARY - Chairman, Rev. Ira Flowers; Vice Chairman, 
Rev. Jack Winegeart; Secretary, Rev. Marvin H. Corley. 

Clerical — Edward O. Pickens, Ira W. Flowers, John Sewell, Jack Wine- 
geart, J. P. McKeithen, Marvin H. Corley, Henry C. Blount, Jr., William N. 
Finnin, K. G. Rorie. 

Lay Members — Billie E. Wilbum, L. L. Hines, Rodney Young, David 
Morgan, W. T. Blackwell, Owen C. Brown, J. G. Elliott, Don Easterwood. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS AND METHODIST INFORMATION - Chair- 
man, Kenneth Rigby; Secretary, Rev. Lael S. Jones; Treasurer, Rev. Webb D. 
Pomeroy. 

Clerical — W. Spencer Wren, Lael S. Jones, J. C. Skinner, Robert C. 
Carter, James O. Evans, James P. Woodland, Richard R. Meek, Webb D. 
Pomeroy. 

Lay Members — Charles S. Weems, Leroy Hoover, Frank Hunter, Cecil 
Bland, Tommy Frazer, Roy D. Simon, Raymond Jeffress, Kenneth Rigby. 

TELEVISION, RADIO, AND FLIM COMMISSION - Chairman, Rev. 
Wilson Watson: Vice Chairman, Rev. Henry A. Rickey; Secretary, Rev. 
William E. Nolan. 

Clerical - Wilson L. Watson, William E. Noland, Hugh L. Baker, Jr., 
Clyde S. Clark, Henry A. Rickey (Cabinet Representative), H. Barry Bailey. 

Lay Members — R. E. Mittelsteadt, J. C. Love, Jr., George H. Thomas. 

TOWN AND COUNTRY COMMISSION - Chairman, Rev. Garland 
Dean, Jr., Vice Chairman, E. W. Nelson; Secretary, Rev. Calvin Lapuyade; 
Treasurer, Rev. W. V. Sirman; Conference Secretary, Rev Rex Squyres. 

Clerical — W. V. Sirman, Carey A. Martin, Calvin Lapuyade, Garland 
C. Dean, Jr., Jerry A. Means, Walter C. Worthy, Floyd M. Durham, C. B. 
Krumnow. 

Lay Members — Virgil White, T. B. Milton, A. A. Carver, Robert Comp- 
ton, R. L. Bell, Jr., Mrs. T. E. Brunning, W. W. Nelson, Perry L. Midyett. 

Ex-officio — Bishop A. G. Walton, the District Superintendents, the 
District Directors of Town and Country Work, Rev. Luman E. Douglas, Rev. 
K. G. Rorie, Mr. James Gray, Rev. Lars Broadus, Mrs. Widemen Watson, 
Mrs. C. B. McGowan, Rev. Lonnie Sibley, Rev. Dan Tohline. 

WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE COMMISSION - Chairman, Rev. 
Robert B. Crichlow; Vice Chairman, Harry T. Statham; Secretary, Rev. John 
B. Koelemay. 

Clerical — A. Jerome Cain, John B. Koelemay, James J. Carraway, Byrl 
Moreland, Jr., Robert B. Crichlow. 

Lay Members — M. Sam White, Vinson M. Mouser, Harry T. Statham, 
Welton H. Brumfield, Sr., O. D. Harrison, J. C. Love, Jr. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN VOCATIONS - Chairman, Rev. Oscar 
Cloyd; Vice Chairman, Rev. Charles B. Humphreys; Secretary, Norma Gar- 
lington; Treasurer, Rev. James Poole. 

Members — Oscar E. Cloyd, James M. Poole, L. Ray Branton, Charles 
B. Humphreys, Roy Brown Nash, Lars L. Broadus, Lawrence L. Gilbert, Bob 
Lawton, Edward R. Haug (Cabinet Representative), Tommy Ray Bergeron. 

Ex-officio — Executive Secretary Board of Education, Conference 
Director Youth Work, Chairman Board Ministerial Qualifications, Secretary 



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Missionary Personnel W.S.C.S., One representative from each of the following: 
Board of Hospital and Homes, Board of Missions, Board of Lay Activities, 
Board of Evangelism, Board of Christian Social Concerns, Deaconess Board, 
Methodist Student Movement, Methodist Youth Fellowship. 

COMMISSION ON WORSHIP - Chairman, Rev. James E. Christie; Vice 
Chairman, Rev. H. Warren Blakeman. 

Clerical — Don W. Alverson, G. B. Watson, James E. Christie, Lael S. 
Jones, Robert H. Jamieson, William T. Hall, Jr., Edwin H. House, Jr., 
Henry W. Blakeman, Walter L. Baker. 

Lay Members — Clarence Owen Brown, Earl Redding, Wayne Gilmore, 
Jennings Jones, Howard Lance, Leon Pichon, Dr. Marshall Bretz, A. C. Voran. 



COMMITTEES 

CONFERENCE RELATIONS - Chairman, W. D. Boddie; Vice Chair- 
man, Harvey C. Williamson; Secretary, Clark W. Bell. 

Term expiring in 1970 - W. D. Boddie, Isaac A. Patton, Jr., James L. 
Beasley. 

Term expiring in 1969 — Robert L. Peyton, J. Taylor Wall, Minns S. 
Robertson. 

Term expiring in 1968 — Harvey G. Williamson, Clark W. Bell, Wilson 
L. Watson. 

COURTESIES - Chairman, Sam Nader. 

Clerical — Robert Crichlow. Lay — Mrs. L. B. Kilpatrick. 

DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS - Chairman, Nicholas D. Pearce; 
Secretary, Albert A. Collins. 

Members - E. W. Sandel, Paul C. Carroll, S. Burl Dampier, E. A.. 
Keasler. 

EPISCOPAL RESIDENCE COMMITTEE - Chairman, Benedict A. 
Galloway; Vice Chairman, Francis J. Henry; Secretary, George Williams. 

Clerical - Dana Dawson, Jr., Carl F. Lueg, Sr., B. A. Galloway. 

Lay - Floyd B. James, Charles N. White, George D. Williams, R. Z. 
Biedenharn, John Dart, Jr., Charles McHale, Walter P. Harris, Sr. 

INVESTIGATION - Chairman, A. W. Townsend, Jr.; Secretary, Douglas 
T. Williams. 

Members - Fred S. Flurry, Ira A. Love, Jr., Taylor Wall, A. W. Town- 
send, Jr., Douglas T. Williams. 

Reserve Members - D. W. Poole, Wm. J. Reid, R. M. Bentley, Don 
E. Wineinger, Q. C. Roberts. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERJURISDICTIONAL RELATIONS - 
Chairman, Jolly B. Harper; Vice Chairman, Tom Matheny; Secretary, W. D. 
Boddie. 

Clerical - Jolly B. Harper, Jack Cooke, W. D. Boddie, George W. 
Pomeroy, Ben R. Oliphint, Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., Douglas L. McGuire, D. L. 
Dykes, Jr. 



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Lay Members - Tom H. Matheny, James L. Gray, Wm. L. Henning, 
Leo T. Albritton, Warren Constant. 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON NEW ORLEANS CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 
FILES — James T. Harris and Virgil D. Morris. 

JOURNAL - Chairman, Rev. W. F. Howell. 

Members — Thomas O. Crosby, L. Ray Branton, Stone W. Caraway, 
Raymond Crofoot, W. F. Howell. 

COMMITTEE ON MINISTERIAL QUALIFICATIONS (DISTRICT) 

Alexandria District - Rev. John F. Kilpatrick, Byrl J. Moreland, Jr., 
Louis M. Coppage, Edward O. Pickens, Eskel L. Tatum, R. I. Galatas, C. 
Richard Hoffpauir, Wilson L. Watson. 

Baton Rouge District - Bentley Sloane, Jack Cooke, Harvey G. William- 
son, Tom M. Lancaster, A. A. Collins, Marvin Corley, Beverly E. Bond. 

Lafayette District — J. Henry Bowdon, James L. Stovall, W. D. Boddie, 
A. Jerome Cain, Conrad P. Edwards, George Ross, Tracy Arnold. 

Lake Charles District - R. Leonard Cooke, Paul C. Carroll, Roy E. 
Mouser, Robert H. Jamieson, William J. Reid, D. W. Poole. 

Monroe District — Edward R. Haug, Fred S. Flurry, Lea Joyner, A. A. 
McKnight, James O. Evans, Isaac A. Patton, Alvin P. Smith. 

New Orleans District — Carl F. Lueg, Sr., A. W. Townsend, Benedict 
A. Galloway, James T. Harris, James W. Jones, Donald J. Hall, Don Alverson. 

Ruston District — Henry A. Rickey, Douglas L. McGuire, George W. 
Harkins, J. E. Hearn, Harry E. Ezell, John H. Sewell, William M. Finnin. 

Shreveport District — George F. Pearce, Jr., Robert Ed Taylor, Webb D. 
Pomeroy, Ira A. Love, W. Ralph Cain, Robert B. Crichlow, John M. Winn, Jr. 

STUDY COMMITTEE ON THE MINISTRY FOR THE LOUISIANA 
ANNUAL CONFERENCE - Rev. Harold Price, Rev. James Poole. Rev. 
Luther Booth, Rev. Walter Baker, Rev. John Winn, Dr. Ben Oliphint, 
Miss Norma Garlington, Rev. Jack Cooke. 

Board of Ministerial Training — Rev. W. D. Boddie. 

Conference Lay Leader — Mr. Thomas Matheny. 

Commission Christian Vocations — Chairman, Rev. Oscar Cloyd. 

Cabinet Member — Rev. E. R. Haug. 

ONE THOUSAND CLUB - Chairman, Mr. Herbert Moffett, 1514 Cedar 
St., West Monroe, La.; Secretary-Treasurer, John D. Trotter, Box 235, New 
Iberia, La. 

Policy Committee — Conference Lay Leader, District Lay Leaders, 
The Bishop, the District Superintendents, the President of the Conference 
Board of Missions, the Executive Secretary of the Conference Board of Edu- 
cation, the Chairman of the Commission on Promotion and Cultivation, the 
President of Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service. 

Appropriations Committee — The Conference Lay Leader, the President 
of the W.S.C.S., the Chairman of the 1000 Club Policy Committee, the 
President of the Conference Board of Missions, the Executive Secretary of 
the Conference Board of Education, and the Treasurer of the 1000 Club 
(elected by the 1000 Club Policy Committee). 



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PUBLISHING INTERESTS - Chairman, George W. Ross; Vice Chair- 
man, Robert McCammon. 

Clerical — Ceorge W. Ross, lames H. Humphreys, C. Robert McCam- 
mon, James M. Poole, M. David Felder, Howard L. Daughenbaugh, Jr., 
John D. Corley, J. Vernon Fairley. 

Lay — Roy Hoffpauir, Leo C. Terry, Harold Riggs, Joseph Kavanaugh, 
James Beam. 

Ex-officio — The Resident Bishop and the Director of Methodist In- 
formation. 

REVIEW AND RESOLUTIONS - Clerical - Douglas E. Jackson, 
Alfred M. Brown, George W. Pomeroy, Ben R. Oliphint. Lay — J. C. Love, 
Jr., M. S. White, Joseph Kavanaugh, C. A. Macartney. 

COMMITTEE ON ECUMENICAL AFFAIRS - Chairman, Dana Daw- 
son, Jr. 

Members — Ben Oliphint, Mrs. C. B. McGowan, James Stovall, D. Allan 
Collette, Judge Vinson Mouser, L. Ray Branton, Edward R. Thomas, Mrs. 
G. M. Anderson. 

URBAN WORK - Chairman, Benedict A. Galloway; Vice Chairman, 
Dana Dawson, Jr.; Secretary, Charles McHale. 

Clerical — Benedict A. Galloway, Lloyd Foreman, Dana Dawson, Jr., 
Arthur M. Baker, Jack Cooke, Lonnie Sibley, District Superintendent, New 
Orleans District, District Superintendent, Baton Rouge District, District Super- 
intendent, Shreveport District, Chairman Town and Country Commission. 

Lay Members — Mrs. Max L. Clayton, J. Wesley Chambers, Roy Fields, 
Lay Leader New Orleans District, Lay Leader Baton Rouge District, Lay 
Leader Shrevenort District, Tom Peyton, Jr., John Porter, Dr. W. W. Shaw, 
Charles McHale. 

A COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE POSSIBILITY OF A NEW DIS- 
TRICT - Chairman, Sam Nader. 

Members — Thomas H. Matheny, Rex Squyres, Fred S. Flurry, George 
D. Williams, Sam Nader. 



TRUSTEES - DIRECTORS - MANAGERS 

CAMP BREWER - (Board of Managers) - The District Superintendents 
of the Alexandria, Lafayette, and Lake Charles Districts, Robert I. Galatas, 
Charles N. White, Tracy R. Arnold, John Vail, Garland Dean, Jr., Eloi 
Primeaux, Eskell L. Tatum, K. G. Rorie, Thilo Steinschulte. 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE ARKANSAS AND THE LOUISIANA 
METHODIST- 

Clerical — Wm. R. Irving, George W. Pomeroy, George W. Harbuck. 
Lay - J. N. Fomby, C. O. Holland, R. P. Lay. 

CONFERENCE TRUSTEES - President, Dr. B. A. Galloway; Secretary- 
Treasurer, R. J. O'Neal. 

Terms expiring in 1968 — Benedict Galloway, Sam Nader, J. J. David- 
son, Jr., Bascom D. Talley. 



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Terms expiring in 1969 — Jack H. Midyett, M. David Felder, James T. 
Harris, George Williams, B. J. Earles. 

Terms expiring in 1970 — Robert Crichlow, Robert C. Carter, W. D. 
Cotton, Judge Robert J. O'Neal. 

CENTENARY COLLEGE (Board of Trustees) - Chairman, George D. 
Nelson; Vice Chairman, Howard Crumley; Secretary, Edwin F. Whited. 

Ex-officio Members — Aubrey G. Walton, Jack S. Wilkes. 

Term Expires in 1968 — Douglas Attaway, J. Pat Beaird, J. Henry 
Bowdon, Mrs. Charles N. Cadwallader, Sam B. Grayson, George W. Harbuck, 
Sam H. Jones, Mrs. L. B. Kilpatrick, Charles D. Knight, J. C. Love, Jr., 
Douglas L. McGuire, Sam Nader, James N. Patterson, Cecil E. Ramey, Jr. 
Dale Waller, J. Robert Welsh. 

Term Expires in 1969 — John B. Atkins, Jr., William Russell Barrow, 
Charles Ellis Brown, Howard Crumley, Marlin W. Drake, W. Crawford 
Fullilove, Jr., James C. Gardner, O. D. Harrison, Emmett R. Hook, Mrs. 
Glenn E. Laskey, Carl F. Lueg, Charlton Lyons, Jr., George D. Nelson, 
Bentley Sloane, Donald W. Weir, N. H. Wheless, Jr. 

Term Expires in 1970 — S. Perry Brown, Dana Dawson, Jr., D. L. 
Dykes, Jr., James T. Harris, Mrs. E. E. Hurley, G. W. James, Tom H. Matheny, 
John L. Scales, Sr., Albert Sklar, Edwin F. Whited, Murray Fincher, T. B. 
Lanford, Don Raymond, J. Hugh Watson. 

METHODIST HOSPITAL, New Orleans (Board of Directors) 

Terms expiring in 1968 — W. A. Baker, Charles O. Blaekstorm, Jr., 
Rev. Benedict A. Galloway, Denis J. Bergeron, Edgar E. Cayard, Edward N. 
Lennox, David B, Gross, Mrs. C. N. Cadwallader. 

Terms expiring in 1969 — M. Kenneth Schor, R. H. Triplett, Rev. Carl 
F. Lueg, Sr., George D. Williams, James W. Mills, Jr., Bingham C. Stewart, 
xMrs. Joseph E. Manis, Charles E. McHale, Jr., Michael H. O'Keefe, Ralph M. 
Garrard. 

Terms expiring in 1970 — Alfred F. Hanson, Pendleton E. Lehde, 
Seymour Weiss, Urban C. Wilkinson, C. C. Walther, Rev. John B. Koelemay, 
T. J. Fuson, Murray Fincher, Alfred M. Barnes, Sr., Homer L. Hitt. 

GLENWOOD HOSPITAL, West Monroe (Board of Directors) 

Terms expiring in 1968 — Fred Bennett, W. D. Cotton, Hugh Balfour, 
R. G. Taylor, Rev. Douglas L. McGuire, J. P. Robinson, C. E. Vaughan, 

E. R. Haug, Edward Stinson. 

Terms expiring in 1969 — Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, W. H. Fleming, 

F. C. McConnell, Jesse S. Heard, Kenneth McDowell, J. F. McCormick, 
Eugene Smith, I. P. West, L. A. Branch. 

Terms expiring in 1970 — Harvey A. McDonald, Rev. A. Thomas Mitchell, 

G. Thomas Frazer, P. B. Mangum, Gordv L. Roy, Kent Breard, Charles Chis- 
holm, Louis M. Cooksey, Jack Dew, Clifton Tennison. 

LOUISIANA METHODIST ORPHANAGE, Ruston - (Board of Directors) 

Ex-officio Members — Bishop Aubrey G. W 7 alton, Rev. Henry A. Rickey, 
Mrs. C. B. McGowan, Mrs. B. F. Patterson, Rev. Douglas McGuire, Rev. 
George Harkins. 

Terms to Expire 1968 - Dr. Marvin T. Green, Floyd B. James, Dr. 
Keith Mason, Judge Chris Barnette, Dr. Paul M. Davis. 

Terms to Expire 1969 - Rev. G. W. Pomeroy, W. H. Brumfield, George 
D. Williams, Mrs. G. E. Laskey. 



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Terms to Expire 1970 - W. A. J. Lewis, Rev. Fred S. Flurry, Jr., C. 
Ritchie, Mrs. L. B. Kilpatrick, L. D. McGehee. 

PASTORS' SCHOOL (Board of Managers) - Sam Nader, Clyde Frazier, 
George Harbuck, Robert Ed Taylor, Rupert Coles, Ed Thomas, George Ross, 
Don Risinger, John Winn, Bill Fraser, Cleburne Quaid. 

RETIRED MINISTERS HOMES BOARD - Chairman, J. R. Russell; 
Vice Chairman, E. R. Thomas; Secretary, Henry Y. Galloway; Treasurer, 
Mike John, Jr.; Superintendent of Property, Maintenance, Rev. James B. 
Grambling. 

Term expiring 1968 — Rev. Edward R. Thomas, Mike John, Jr. 

Term expiring in 1969 — Rev. James B. Grambling, J. R. Russell. 

Term expiring 1970 — Henry Y. Galloway. 

Ex-officio Members — Chairman Board of Hospital and Homes; Chair- 
man Board of Pensions; A Cabinet Representative. 

METHODIST HOME HOSPITAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS - Superin- 
tendent, Rev. Jack H. Midyett. 

Term expiring in 1968 — James T. Harris, W. F. Mayo, G. W. Pomeroy, 
Virgil D. Morris. 

Term expiring in 1969 — J. C. Love, Jr., Dana Dawson, Jr., Jolly B. 
Harper, Taylor Caffery, A. J. Gainer, B. A. Galloway. 

Term expiring in 1970 — J. Henry Bowdon, Sr., Haynes L. Harkey, 
Dr. C. P. Lipscomb, Luman E. Douglas. 

SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY (Trustees) - Floyd B. James, 
Rev. Carl F. Lueg. 

ST. PAUL SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY, METHODIST (Trustees) - 
Dr. G. W. Pomeroy. 

WESTERN METHODIST ASSEMBLY (Mt. Sequoyah Trustee) Luman 
E .Douglas. 



WESLEY FOUNDATION BOARDS OF DIRECTORS 
AND TRUSTEES 

Louisiana State University — The Rev. Jack Cooke, Dr. Jane L. De- 
Grummond, Dr. Ralph M. Dreger, Mrs. John B. Fox, Miss Virginia Gallaspy, 
Mr. Roger P. Guissinger, Miss Carol Gunn, Mr. R. Donald Hardy, Mr. Cary 
Hernandez, Dr. Jerry B. Kelley, Mr. Bryan B. Kornegay, Mrs. Albert Kriger, 
Mr. Tom H. Matheny, Mrs. Charles S. McCleskey, Dr. Rogers Newman, 
Dr. William H. Patrick, Jr., The Rev. Delton Pickering, Miss Gwendolyn Pine, 
Mrs. Earl Redding, Mrs. Charles A. Reynard, Mr. Kenneth Rigby, Dr. M. D. 
Socolofsky, Dr. Bentley Sloane, Mr. Phillip Smith, Mr. Brian Sorrells, Dr. 
James G. Traynham. 

Louisiana Tech — Dr. Henry A. Rickey, Rev. Douglas L. McGuire, Rev. 
George W. Harkins, J. H. Kitchens, Jr., Charles A. Killgore, Mrs. J. L. Dodds, 
Mrs. Rhesa M. Allen, Jr., E. S. Foster, H. L. Henry, Jr., Mrs. J. T. Folk, Sr., 
Miss Annis Cawthon, Morgan Peoples, Robert A. Jones, Clarence Faulk, 



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A. R. Walker, Mrs. Glen Laskey, Mrs. J. H. Barnwell, Rev. William M. 
Stokes, Jr., Fred Lane Johnson, Jr., Thomas J. Folk, Malcolm D. Brown. 

Louisiana Tech TRUSTEES - J. C. Love, Jr. - Chairman; Dr. Marvin 
Green, Mrs. Glenn Laskey, R. D. Madden, J. A. Lowe, Lamar Taylor, Larkin 
Greer. 

McNeese State College - C. L. Hester, Jr., Eloi Primeaux, Mrs. O'Neal 
Roberts, Bennie Welch, Cecil Adcock, Normand Terry, Arlie Wilkerson, 
Miss Eva Sebatier, Mrs. W. A. Miller, Gene Wittier, H. G. Hardee, Jr., 
Mrs. Jewel McNeely, Alvin Metzger, R. O. Boisture, Mrs. C. W. Reynolds, 
Jon Hahn, Mrs. L. C. Martin, Mrs. Allan Hodges, Mrs. Merlin Verrett, 
Gordon Daughenbaugh, Joe Smith, Don Goins, Earl Schexnailder, Mrs. 
W. D. Wilson, Mrs. Carl Nixon, Mrs. Victor Martin, Miss Jeanette, Mr. 
R. E. Conerly, Sr., H. G. Bucklin, Tom Bergstedt, Sheldon Bertrand, J. H. 
Stanton, G. C. Coppels, Mrs. Ralph Reeve, Miss Sue Shipp, Robert Hart, 
Ronald Crain, Dr. Victor Monsour, Mrs. Nancy Ruhl, Rev. William Peeples, 
Rev. Raymond Crofoot, Rev. Paul Carroll. Student Council Officers: Lynn 
Merrill, Barry Davison, Mary Marshall. 

Northeast Louisiana State College Directors — Mr. W. T. Blackwell, Mrs. 
G. E. Boggs, Dr. Daniel Dupree, Mr. E. A. Freeman, Mr. James F. Hawkins, 
Mrs. E. N. Jackson, Mrs. Rosco Jones, Rev. H. L. Johns, Mr. William G. Kelly, 
Mr. C. K. McClure, Mr. Jack Rowan, Dr. Wilford D. Smith, Mr. Edward W. 
Stinson, Jr., Mrs. F. M. Terrall, Mr. J. Herbert Walker, Dr. Oscar N. Walley, 
Rev. E. R. Haug. 

Ex-Officio Members — Rev. Ira W. Flowers, Rev. Fred S. Flurry, Rev. 
George W. Harbuck, Rev. Kenneth G. McDowell, Rev. Robert L. Peyton, 
Rev. James Evans, Mrs. Walter W. Halbert, Mr. Pete Medak, Mr. Robert 
Collins, Miss Pat Crowson, Miss Carolyn Davis, Rev. Roy B. Nash. 

Northwestern State College Directors — Dr. Earl Cross, Dr. W. A. Philp, 
Mr. T. B. Boone, Jr., Mrs. George Whitlock, Mrs. Ed Carroll, Mrs. W. A. 
Bradley, Martha Lou Carroll. WSCS Campus Ministry Secretary, Pastors of 
the College Avenue Methodist Church and the First Methodist Church, 
Natchitoches, La. Chaplain, Wesley Foundation at NSC. 

Northwestern State College TRUSTEES - Mr. Charles White, Mr. Hugh 
Bernard, Mr. R. S. Fly, Mr. R. E. L. Breedlove, Mr. Sidney B. Evans, Jr., 
Mr. John Tubb, Mr. I. B. Robertson, Mr. John W. Wilkerson, Alexandria 
District Supt., Rev. John Kilpatrick, Dr. E. L. Miller (Emertis Member). 

Southeastern Louisiana College - FACULTY MEMBERS (Elected each 
year) — George Bedsole, Dr. Norval Garrett, Mr. Dwayne Herndon, Dr. Roy 
Hyde, Mary Alford Kenehen, Dr. J. W. Knight, Miss Marjorie Miller, Dr. 
Spencer Murphy, Jr., Mr. Patrick Setton, Mr. Earl Rav Wascom. MEMBERS 
AT LARGE (Elected yearly) - Mr. Ben Atchley, Mr. Bill Buckalew, Mr. 
Lokey Faller, Mr. Wayne Forshag, Mr. Tom Matheny, Mr. Will Mac Mitchell, 
Dr. T. W. Morgan, Mr. Elmer Sanders, Mr. Jimmy Steedley, Mr. John T. 
Watkins. 

Tulane-Newcomb Directors — Rev. Luther Booth, Rev. Ray Branton, Rev. 
Rupert Coles, Rev. Clyde Frazer, Dr. James Harris, Rev. John Koelemay, Rev. A. 
W. Townsend, Rev. Grayson Watson, Rev. Phil Woodland, Rev. Spencer Wren, 
Mr. Ronald Kelly, Miss Paula Ladd, Mr. Jim Thompson, Dr. Woodson C. 
Tucker, Jr., Mrs. Martha Frampton, Dr. Benedict Galloway, Rev. Howard 
Daughenbaugh, Jr., Dr. Stuart Bamforth, Mr. Owen Brown, Miss Amy 
Hinrichs, Mrs. Margaret Manis, Mr. Charles McHale, Dr. Bayliss Mclnnis, 
Mr. Jim Seglund, Dr. Lewis Dove, Dr. Jack Strong, Mr. Leo Terry, Miss 
Fannie Rayne Russ, Dr. George Wilkins, Mrs. V. W. Cothren, Mrs. William 
R. Irving, Dr. Carl F. Lueg. 



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Tulane-Newcomb TRUSTEES - Three Year Term, 1967-70 - Mr. 
Ernest Arnold, Mr. Charles McHale, Mr. George D. Williams; One Year Term, 
1967-68 - Mr. Taylor Caffery, Mr. Edgar E. Cayard, Mr. Fearn LeBon; 
Two Year Term, 1967-69 - Dr. Emile Bernard, Mr. Bill Falbaum, Mr. Lee 
Wagner. 

University of Southwestern Louisiana — Ex-officio members — Rev. 
George Ross, Rev. Roy Garrett, Rev. James L. Stovall, Dr. J. Henry Bowdon, 
Lafayette District Superintendent, Mrs. B. Joseph Martin, District Secretary 
of Student Work, Mrs. Robert Slingerland, Mrs. Kathy Guttierrez, Mrs. Ronald 
Goins, Mrs. Jack Lightfoot, Rev. J. C. Skinner, Rev. Delton Pickering, Rev. 
Wayne R. Smith. 

Southwestern University of Louisiana TRUSTEES — 1968 — Tony Hous- 
ton, Eloi Girard, Dan Boulet; 1969 - Z. L. Loflin, Clyde Johnston, Bob 
Croom; 1970 — John Trotter, R. K. Lanier, Barney Earles; One Student; 
Mrs. George Thomas, District Pres. W.S.C.S. 

Elected members: Sixteen laymen — 1968 — Dr. Charles Cain, Henry 
Busch, C. D. Tones, Walter Brnnner; 1969 - Tony Houston, Kenneth Toombs, 
Sam White, Frank Hunter; 1970 - Eloi Girard, Dr. Henry Dethloff, J. J. 
Davidson, Sr., Mrs. Vernon Sinclair; 1971 — Dr. Z. L. Loflin, Dr. Lawrenqe 
Pease, Dr. T. B. Metcalfe, Murray Smith. 

Four pastors from outside Lafayette — Rev. Conrad Edwards, Rev. Fred 
Shirley, Rev. Tracy Arnold, Rev. Duke Barron, Two students. 






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JUNE, 1967 

June 5-16 
June 11 
June 11-17 
June 11-17 
June 12-16 

June 12-23 
June 19 
June 19-23 
June 20 



June 23-25 
June 25 
June 25-30 
June 26-30 



CALENDAR OF DATES 



Louisiana Conference Youth Missions Tour 

Methodist Student Day 

National Conference Methodist Student Movement 

Centenary Pre-College Seminar 

Conference Youth Moral Concerns Seminar, 1st Church, 

Shreveport 
Seminar for Education Assistants, Perkins School 
Executive Committee, Area Council, 6 p.m., Alexandria 
Regional School of Christian Missions, SMU, Dallas 
Minimum Salary Commission, Ramada Inn, 12 Noon, 

Alexandria 
Program Commitee, Area Council, 9 a.m., Alexandria 
Area Council, 10 a.m., Alexandria 
Cabinet (following Area Council Meeting) 
Wesleyan Service Guild Weekend, Mt. Sequoyah 
World Service Sunday 

Louisiana MYF Youth Officers' Workshop, Camp Istrouma 
W.S.C.S. Regional School of Mission, Mt. Sequoyah 



JULY, 1967 

July 1-3 Lay Activities Workshop, Mt. Sequoyah 

July 5-Aug. 30 Pre-Freshman Study Course, Centenary College 

July 7-21 Leadership and Laboratory Training Schools, Mt. 

Sequoyah 

July 8 Methodist Men's Workshop, Alexandria 

July 9 Methodist Men's Workshop, Baton Rouge 

July 10-14 MYF Assembly, Centenary College 

July 17-21 School of Christian Mission, Centenary College 

July 21-23 Hospitals & Homes Workshop, Christian Social Concerns 

Conference, Mt. Sequoyah 

July 22-23 Wesleyan Service Guild, Centenary College 

July 23 World Service Sunday 

July 24-27 Jurisdictional Evangelism Workshop, Mt. Sequoyah 

July 28-30 Lay Workshop on Evangelism, Mt. Sequoyah 

July 29-30 Conference Lay Retreat, Centenary College 

July 31-Aug. 3 Pastors' School 

July 31-Aug. 3 Jurisdictional Missionary Conference, Mt. Sequoyah 



AUGUST, 1967 

August 4-6 
August 9-16 

August 11-18 
August 27 
Aug. 27-Sept. 2 



Sequoyah 
Musicians, Oberlin, 



Mission Workshop for Laymen, Mt 
National Fellowship of Methodist 

Ohio 
MYF Regional, Mt. Sequoyah 
Promotion Day in Church School 
MSM Regional Conference, Tulane University 



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SEPTEMBER, 1967 

September 5-8 
September 19 
September 19, 20 

September 20 

September 24 

September 24-30 



OCTOBER, 

October 
October 1 
October 2-4 

October 5-8 
October 7 
October 7-8 



October 8 
October 8-13 
October 15 
October 17 
October 20-22 
October 22 

October 27-31 

October 27-28 
October 29 
October 31 



1967 



Convocation on Church and Community, Columbus, Ohio 
Board of Pensions Meeting, 10 a.m., Shreveport 
Conference Spiritual Life Retreat, 12 Noon to 12 Noon, 

Camp Brewer 
Executive Committee, Board of Missions, 2 p.m., 

Alexandria 
Christian Education Sunday (Rally Day) 
Hospitals & Homes Stewards Day 
World Service Sunday 
Christian Education Week 



Television Valuation Month 

World Wide Communion Sunday 

Conference Camping Committee, 12 Noon to 12 Noon, 

Camp Brewer 
Fifth Naional Meeting of The Twelve 
Area Urban Workshop, Baton Rouge 
Officers' Training, MYF, Beyond Local Church (BLC), 

Camp Isrouma 
Laymen's Day 

Alexandria-Monroe Bi-District Simultaneous Revivals 
Harvest Day 

Hospital Chaplains' Workshop, Pineville 
Conference Recreation Workshop, Camp Istrouma 
World Order Sunday 
World Service Sunday 
South Central Communications Seminar, Norman, 

Oklahoma 
Conference Workshop on Worship 
Reformation Sunday 
Reformation Day 









NOVEMBER, 1967 

November 5 

November 5-10 
November 6-11 

November 12 
November 14-17 

November 26 

November 27 
November 28 



Retired Ministers' Sunday and Month of November to 
be designated Retired Ministers' Homes Month 

Ruston-Shreveport Bi-District Simultaneous Revivals 

Methodist Conference on Christian Educaion, Dallas, 
Texas 

Commitment Day 

Council of Bishops of The Methodist Church, Miami 
Beach, Florida 

World Service Sunday 

Ministerial Education Sunday 

Monroe District Conference, Ferriday, 9:30 a.m. 

Lafayette District Conference, Franklin, 9:00 a.m. 






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November 29 Baton Rouge Disrict Conference 

Rouge, 3:00 p.m. 
November 30 New Orleans District Conference, 

2:30 p.m. 



First Church, Baton 
Elysian Fields, 



DECEMBER, 1967 

December 4 

December 5 

December 5-7 
December 6 
December 7 

December 10 
December 24 

December 31 



Alexandria Disrict Conference, Horseshoe Drive Church, 

Alexandria, 9:00 a.m. 
Shreveport District Conference, North Highlands, 

Shreveport, 7:30 p.m. 
National Convocation on Evangelism, San Antonio 
Ruston District Conference, Haynesville, 3:00 p.m. 
Lake Charles District Conference, Wesley, Sulphur, 

3:00 p.m. 
Universal Bible Sunday 
Methodist Home Hospital Day 
World Service Sunday 
Student Recognition Day 



JANUARY, 1968 

January 7-14 
January 9-19 
January 14 
January 14-18 
January 16, 17 
January 20, 21 
January 21 
January 25 

January 26, 27 
January 28 
January 29-Feb. 



Louisiana Methodist Subscription Campaign 

Annual Meeting, Board of Missions, Denver, Colorado 

New Orleans Methodist Hospital Sunday 

Ceneral Board Hospitals and Homes 

Conference Seminar on Evangelism 

Christian Vocations Convocation 

Howard Daughenbaugh Centenary Scholarship Day 

Missions Executive Committee, 1st Church, 7:30 p.m., 

Alexandria 
Convocation of Boards 
World Service Sunday 
General Board of Education, St. Louis, Missouri 



FEBRUARY, 1968 

February 3 
February 5-8 
February 11 
February 17, 18 
February 22-24 
February 25 



Centenary College Junior-Senior Day 

Ministers' Week, SMU, Dallas, Texas 

Race Relations Sunday 

Christian Vocations Convocation 

Conference Vacation Church School Institute, Bunkie 

W T orld Service Sunday 



MARCH, 1968 

March 3-8 
March 5-7 
March 10 



Lafayette-Lake Charles Bi-District Simultaneous Revivals 
Willson Lectures, Centenary College 
Camping Sunday 



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March 12, 13 
March 13-17 
March 13-15 
March 15, 16 

March 16, 17 

March 24 
March 24-29 

March 26 
March 27 
March 28 
March 29 



March 31-April 2 



Executive Committee, W.S.C.S., 1st Churh, Shreveport 
Conference Convocation of LAME 
W.S.C.S. Annual Meeting, 1st Church, Shreveport 
Executive Committee, Wesleyan Service Guild, 1st 

Church, Shreveport 
Wesleyan Service Guild Annual Meeting, 1st Church, 

Shreveport 
World Service Sunday 
Baton Rouge-New Orleans Bi-District Simultaneous 

Revivals 
Shreveport District W.S.C.S. Annual Meeting 
Alexandria District W.S.C.S. Annual Meeting 
Lake Charles District W.S.C.S. Annual Meeting 
Lafayette District W.S.C.S. Annual Meeting 
Executive Committee, Board of Missions, 12 Noon, Baton 

Rouge 
C I. Jones Lectures, Rayne Memorial, New Orleans 






APRIL, 1968 

April 1 

April 2 

April 3 

April 4 

April 5 

April 7 

April 14 

April 21-May 4 

April 26-28 
April 28 



Deadline for Pre-Conference Reports to Area Office 

Deadline for 1000 Club Applications 

New Orleans District W.S.C.S. Annual Meeting 

Baton Rouge District W.S.C.S. Annual Meeting 

Monroe District W.S.C.S. Annual Meeting 

Ruston District W.S.C.S. Annual Meeting 

Palm Sunday 

Easter Sunday 

Children's Home Day 

General Conference of The Methodist Church, Dallas 

Texas 
Louisiana Family Life Conference 
World Service Sunday 



MAY, 1968 

May (First Week) 

May 1 
May 5 
May 5-12 
May 13-17, 20 
May 19 

May 26 

May 27 



Youth Curriculum Resources, 



National Meeting 

Nashville 
Mailing of Pre-Conference Reports to Pastors 
Children's Day 
National Family Week 
Lay Delegates Training Sessions 
Ministry Sunday 
Rural Life Sunday 
World Service Sunday 
Board of Pensions, 2 p.m., Shreveport 



JUNE, 1968 

June 3-7 



Louisiana Annual Conference 



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JOURNAL 

FIRST DAY 

Monday, May 29, 1967 

7:30 P.M. 

Sanctuary, The First Methodist Church, Shreveport, Louisiana 

Opening of Conference — Bishop Aubrey G. Walton called the Conference 
to order. Hymn No. 336 "And Are We Yet Alive?" was sung. Dr. B. C. 
Taylor led in prayer. 

Roll Call - Rev. W. O. Lynch, Jr., assistant secretary, perfected the roll. 

Report No. 1, Committee on Conference Relations - Rev. W. D. Boddie 
reported "nothing against" the characters of the preachers. Adopted. 

Service of Commemoration and Communion - Participating in the service, 
Bishop Walton, Dr. D. L. Dykes, the district superintendents, the conference 
secretary. Anthem: "The Lord Is My Shepherd" - Thompson, Choir, Noel 
Memorial Methodist Church, A. C. Voran, director. Mrs. Dorothy Booth, 
organist. 

Roll of Honored Dead - The secretary of the Conference, Rev. Ralph 
Cain, read the list: Ministers - Rev. George M. Home, Rev. Louis Hoffpauir, 
Rev. Adrian M. Serex. Wives and Widows - Mrs. W. W. Holmes, Mrs. 
Perry O. Lowrey, Mrs. S. L. Riggs, Mrs. A. M. Wynne, Mrs. C. M. Hughes. 

Commemoration Sermon - The sermon, "The Rewards of the Christian 
Ministry", was delivered by Dr. D. L. Dykes, the host pastor. The communion 
offering for the Commission on Chaplains for the Emergency Literature Fund 
was $371.21. 

Adjournment— 

SECOND DAY 

Tuesday, May 30, 1967 

Brown Memorial Chapel 

8:30 A.M. 

Devotional - Rev. James E. Christie, leader; William C. Teague, 
organist; Dr. A. C. Voran, song leader. Hymn No. 371, "Jesus, Thine All 
Victorious Love"; prayer, scripture and sermon, preached by Rev. R. R. 
Branton. Hymn No. 372, "Love Divine All Loves Excelling". 



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Chairman of Cabinet — Dr. Leonard Cooke, on privileged matter regard- 
ing bar of the Conference, moved that the lower floor be the bar of the 
conference. Passed. 

Dr. Carl F. Lueg — Moved two orders of the day: 3:00 p.m. Tuesday 
and 11:00 a.m. Wednesday for the consideration of the E.U.B. Methodist 
merger and Central Jurisdiction resolutions respectively. 

Dr. Luman E. Douglas — Dr. Douglas, Director of the Area Council, 
called attention to the packets of materials provided for delegates' use. Packets 
distributed. (Innovation.) 

Rev. J. E. Hearn — On matter of statistician's report, noted its distribution 
at that time. A check for $125.00 from chartered fund dividends, Board of 
Pensions, was presented to Brother Hearn by the Bishop. 

Dr. Jack S. Wilkes Presented — Dr. Wilkes, President of Centenary Col- 
lege, welcomed the conference to the campus. Dr. Wilkes presented the 
Centenary Choir, which sang "On God and Not on Human Trust" and 
"Upon the Day of Judgment". 

Rev. John F. Kilpatrick Presented — Certain nominations from the Cabinet 
were offered by the secretary of the cabinet. Elected. Tellers were nomi- 
nated and elected as follows: Ministerial tellers: James J. Caraway, chairman, 
Byrl Moreland, Marvin McFarland, Robert R. Miller, Robert A. Jamieson, 
James Evans, Dan W. Tohline, Arthur M. Baker. Lay tellers: L. D. McGehee, 
chairman, C. A. McCartney, O. W. Marrs, Bob Croom, Ed Cloutman, Theron 
Dupree, Walter P. Harris, Sr., Dudley Snow. 

Report of the Committee on Publishing Interests — Rev. George Ross, 
Chairman of the Committee on Publishing Interests, presented Rev. Oscar 
Cloyd, who spoke on the Hymnal. Mr. C. Judge, representative of the 
Methodist Publishing House, presented a check for $6,790.15 to the Board 
of Pensions. 

Report No. 1 — Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications — Rev. 

Douglas L. McGuire presented the class to be admitted into full connection. 

Rev. Don Risinger, Registrar, read the names: 

William James Butts, Jr. Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

Paul Wilton Carter Full Connection (already an Elder) 

John Calvin Coker Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

Milton Peter Guttierrez, II Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

Harry Arthur Harrington, Jr. Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

Bonnie Ruth Holley Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

James Ryan Horton, Jr. Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

Robert Dale Meyers, Jr. Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

William Douglas Peeples Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

Henry England Pickett Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

Richard Dale Waggoner Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

Jack Sidney Singleton Full Connection and Elder's Orders 

Bishop Walton received the class into full connection. 



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Dr. Ben R. Oliphint moved that the concern of the conference be ex- 
pressed for the following in their illness: Mrs. H. E. Pfost, Rev. A. M. Martin, 
Rev. John Gieck, Rev. Lloyd Williams, Mrs. Martin Hebert, Mrs. Q. C. 
Roberts, Mrs. Ira Yeager, Rev. Ollie Tucker and Mrs. Tucker, Rev. J. 
Monroe Wilkes, Rev. Harry Ezell, and Mrs. W. W. Phillips. The secretary 
was instructed to send a message to each one. 

First Ballot - Delegates to General Conference - The secretary of the 
conference announced that the conference is authorized five ministerial dele- 
gates and five lay delegates to the General Conference, and seven ministerial 
and seven lay delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference. Bishop Walton 
indicated that three alternates to the Jurisdictional Conference would be 
elected. Bishop Walton led in prayer and instructed the ministers to vote for 
five ministers and the laymen for five laymen. 

Recess - 10:30 a.m. 

Chaplains Presented for Memorial Day Observance - Military chaplains, 
both active and former chaplains, were presented. Chaplain Oakley Edwards 
spoke. Rev. William J. Reid led in prayer. The conference stood in memory 
of the war dead. 

Dr. Nader Recognized for Introduction - Mrs. Aubrey G. Walton was 
presented to the conference. Rev. K. G. Rorie presented a remembrance 
from Rev. Ben Youngblood to Bishop and Mrs. Walton. . . being a lei from 
Hawaii. Mrs. Walton responded. 

Privileged Matter - Dr. J. Woodrow Hearn, Chairman of Board of 
Christian Social Concerns offered a resolution on the Grant-In-Aid legislation 
before the Louisiana Legislature. The conference adopted the resolution 
opposing the legislation. (See Resolutions). 

Historic Gavel - Bishop Walton spoke of a gavel left by Dr. R. H. Harper 
to be put in the archives of Centenary College. 

Area Council Report - Dr. Jack S. Wilkes, chairman, guided the report, 
presenting the members of the staff. Dr. Luman Douglas read the report of 
the Area Council. The calendar for the 1967-68 Conference year was 
adopted. Dr. Douglas was presented on a matter of personal privilege. 
Heads of institutions in the Conference joined with Dr. Douglas in presenting 
Bishop Walton with a Methodist Tourist Map. 

Dr. Virgil Morris Presented - Bishop Walton presented the Executive 
Secretary of the South Central Jurisdictional Council. Dr. Morris gave the 
report. 

Report, Board of Pensions - Rev. James L. Adams, Chairman of the 
Board of Pensions, guided the report. Dr. Ernest Tripp, General Board of 
Pensions, spoke. The chairman read the Board's recommendation for the new 
year. (See Journal report.) Report adopted. The Board presented a 
resolution for incorporation of the Board of Pensions. At this point the report 
was interrupted. 



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Report Clerical Ballot No. 1 - Delegates to General Conference - 265 

ballots cast — 4 invalid; 261 valid — Necessary to elect 131 — No election. 

Clerical Ballot No. 2 Taken - Bishop Walton instructed the ministers to 
vote for five. Ballot closed. A. D. St. Amant moved that ballots be sealed 
and results reported in the afternoon session. Passed. 

Motion — That 3 ballots and under not be read. Passed. (Moved by 
J. J. Caraway.) 

Report of Lay Ballot No. 1 — Delegates to General Conference — 176 

ballots cast — 9 invalid — 167 valid — 84 necessary to elect. Two elections: 
W. D. Cotton 105, Tom Matheny, 94 votes. 

Lay Ballot No. 2 - General Conference - Bishop Walton instructed the 
laymen to vote for three laymen. A motion to extend time granted in order 
to take ballot. 

Dr. Dana Dawson — On a matter of privilege, Dr. Dawson presented 
Rev. T. D. Lipscomb, who has attended 63 sessions without an absence. 

Announcements — 

Adjournment — Benediction: Dr. A. W. Townsend. 



Afternoon Session, 2:30 
Tuesday, May 30, 1967 
Brown Memorial Chapel 

Call to Order — Bishop Walton called the Conference to order. Hymn 
No. 249, "I Love to Tell The Story". Prayer by Rev. E. L. McKay. 

Report — Clerical Ballot No. 2 — Delegates to General Conference — 
Cast: 234; valid, 233; invalid, 1; 117 needed to elect. One election, Dr. Ben 
R. Oliphint with 141 votes. 

Fraternal Delegate Appointed — Rev. Cleburne Quaid was appointed by 
the Bishop, with the consent of the conference, to be the fraternal delegate 
from the conference to the Central Jurisdiction Louisiana Conference, meeting 
in Lake Charles. 

Clerical Ballot No. 3 — Bishop Walton ordered the ballot, instructing the 
ministers to vote for four. Ballot ordered closed. 

Report, Lay Ballot No. 2 — Delegates to General Conference — Votes 
cast, 158; valid, 146; invalid, 12; needed to elect, 74; two elections, R. P. Lay, 
76, and Vinson M. Mouser, 75. 

Lay Ballot No. 3 — Bishop Walton order the ballot, instructing the laymen 
to vote for one layman. Ballot closed. 



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Report, Board of Pension Resumed — The resolution on incorporation was 
moved by Judge V. M. Mouser and adopted. The conference insurance pro- 
gram report was given by Rev. J. W. Matthews. Report was adopted. (See 
Resolutions). The folowing were approved to receive annuities: 



Full-time Supply 



William R. Akin 
Clifton M. Bailey 
John D. Bell 
John C. Bonds 
Etienne B. Brouillette 
George J. Burlew 
Fred W. Campbell 
Harold P. Cansler 
William Paul Cassels 
James E. Constable 
Finas P. Corie 
Heaton G. Crammer 
M. L. Davis 
Robert C. Eaker 
Robert R. Grant 
Sam Hargrove 
J. Reed Hoffpauir 
Halley's Comet Howell 
Carl L. Lipe 
Harold W. Longfellow 



Elmer I. Malone 
Alvin S. Mayo 
Lewis E. Milem 
Cecil Cade Mims 
James B. McCann 
George A. McVay, Jr. 
Jimmie D. Pyles 
Allen R. Reeves, Sr. 
Allen R. Reeves, Jr. 
John C. Rousseaux 
John W. Sayes 
L. Grafton Shaw 
P. W. Sibley 
William G. Stegall 
J. David Strozier 
Joseph A. Way 
V. L. Westbrook 
Harold R. White 
Aubrey E. Wingfield 
J. C. Zerangue 



Annuity for Prior Years of Service: 

P. W. Sibley, 34.5 years, Full-time Supply 
L. Grafton Shaw, 3 years, Full-time Supply 

Student Supply 

Annuity for the Year 1966-67 

Terry C. Willis 



Judge R. J. O'Neal gave the treasurer's report for the Board of Pensions. 

Presentation of the Proposed Plan of Union of The Methodist Church 
and The United Brethren Church — Dr. Carl F. Lueg summarized the action 
of the General Conference of 1966 with respect to the merger. (For the sake 
of clarity, the interruptions for voting on delegates will be disregarded and 
this report recorded here in full.) Judge W. D. Cotton, leader of the lay 
delegation to General Conference, spoke. Dr. Jack S. Wilkes read the resolu- 
tion for merger of the two churches. It was moved and seconded and Dr. 
Wilkes spoke in support of the report. The secret ballot was ordered by vote 
of the conference. Dr. Carl F. Lueg spoke against the proposal. Dr. Ben 
R. Oliphint spoke for the union. 



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Motion to Extend Time — At this point the conference acted to extend 
the time so that the consideration of the proposal for union might continue. 

Merger Discussions Resumed — Judge W. D. Cotton spoke against the 
merger. Dr. Henry Rickey moved to limit debate to three minutes per 
person. Passed. Several persons spoke for and against. Dr. Jack S. Wilkes 
closed the debate. A motion to seal the vote and announce results on 
Wednesday morning was adopted. (Vote: No 264, Yes 189.) 

Report, Lay Ballot No. 3 — Lay delegates to General Conference — 176 
cast; 4 invalid; 172 valid; needed to elect, 87. No election. 

Lay Ballot No. 4 Ordered — Bishop W T alton instructed the laymen to vote 
for one. Ballot closed. 

Report, Clerical Ballot No. 3 — Delegates to General Conference. 220 
cast, invalid, 1; valid 219; needed to elect, 110; no election. 

Clerical Ballot No. 4 Ordered — Bishop Walton instructed the ministers 
to vote for four delegates to General Conference. Ballot closed. 

Report, Lay Ballot No. 4 — Delegates to General Conference — 191 cast, 
96 necessary to elect; one election, Dudley V. Snow, 120 votes. 

Lay Ballot No. 5 Ordered — Bishop Walton instructed the laymen to vote 
for seven delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Rev. E. R. Haug to Chair - Bishop Walton asked Rev. E. R. Haug to 
preside, and then momentarily return to chair. 

Report, Clerical Ballot No. 4 — Delegates to General Conference — 255 
ballots cast; 6 invalid; 249 valid; needed to elect, 125; 2 elections: D. L. 
Dykes, 135; Carl F. Lueg, 127. 

Clerical Ballot No. 5 Ordered — Delegates were instructed to vote for two. 
Ballot closed. 

Report, Clerical Ballot No. 5 - 256 votes cast; 1 invalid; 255 valid; 
needed to elect, 128. No election. 

Clerical Ballot No. 6 Ordered — Delegates were instructed to vote for 
two. Ballot closed. 

Motion — It was moved and passed to seal ballots on clerical ballot No. 6 
and read results on Wednesday morning. 

Report on Lay Ballot No. 5 - Delegates to Jurisdictional Conference - 
Votes cast, 176; invalid, 20; valid, 156; needed to elect, 79. 3 elections: R. J. 
O'Neal, 105; John Dixon, 103; Mrs. Glen Laskey, 103. 

Announcements — 

Adjournment — Benediction by Dr. Jolly B. Harper. 



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THIRD DAY 

Wednesday, May 31, 1967 
9:00 A.M. 

Devotional — Rev. W. T. Hall, leader; William C. Teague, organist; 
Dr. A. C. Voran, hymn leader. Hymn No. 162 — "O For a Thousand 
Tongues". Sermon: "Power of Love" by Dr. Guy M. Hicks. Closing Hymn 
No. 120 "We May Not Climb the Heavenly Steeps". 

Bishop Walton — Called the Conference to order. 
Committee on Journal — Reported the minutes to be in order. 

Bishop Walton — Announced that Mrs. Charles N. Cadwallader died 
Sunday in Nice, France. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 
2:00 P.M. in Lincoln, Nebraska. 

Dr. Galloway — Moved that the Conference send a message of sympathy 
to Mrs. Cadwallader. It was passed. 

Clerical Ballot No. 6 was reported 224 cast; 1 invalid; 223 valid. No 
election as 112 voted were needed. 

Clerical Ballot No. 7 — Bishop Walton instructed the ministers to vote 
for two. Ballot closed. 

Report of Lay Ballot No. 6 — 123 votes cast; 4 invalid votes; valid— 119; 
needed to elect 60. Two elected: J. C. Love, 80; Dr. Keith Mason, 60. 
(Jurisdictional Conference.) 

Lay Ballot No. 7 Ordered — Bishop Walton instructed the delegates to 
vote for two laymen for Jurisdictional Conference. Ballot closed. 

Report of Clerical Ballot No. 7 - Cast 196; invalid 1; valid 195; 98 
needed to elect. Two elections: Rev. George Pearce, Jr., 115; Dr. Henry A. 
Rickey, 99. 

Clerical Ballot No. 8 — Bishop Walton ordered the vote for seven 
ministers to the Jurisdictional Conference. Ballot closed. 

Privileged Matters — Dr. Virgil D. Morris spoke in appreciation of Rev. 
and Mrs. Charles Giessen and Rev. Ken Norton. 

Report of Committee on Conference Relations — Rev. W. D. Boddie 
guided report. Rev. Clark W. Bell read the report and recommendation. 
Adopted. (See reports.) The following retiring ministers addressed the con- 
ference: Rev. William H. Bengtson, (Report interrupted). (See next page.) 

Report on Proposed Union — The result of the vote on the proposed 
union of the Evangelical United Brethren Church and The Methodist 
Church was announced. No: 264 — Yes: 189. 



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Report of Lay Ballot No. 7 — Jurisdictional Conference — 135 cast; 5 
invalid; 130 valid; 66 to elect. One election: Mrs. Charles B. McGowan,'66. 

Lay Ballot No. 8 Ordered — Bishop Walton ordered the vote for one 
person to Jurisdictional Conference. Ballot closed. 

Report of Committee on Conference Relations Resumed — Rev. Theron 
F. McKisson, Rev. Lovice A. Carrington, Rev. B. Paul Durbin, Rev. P. W. 
Sibley. Pins and parchments were presented. 

Report of Lay Ballot No. 8 — Jurisdictional Conference — 152 cast; 1 
invalid; 76 to elect; 1 election, Walter Harris, 82. 

Lay Ballot No. 9 — Reserve Delegates. Bishop Walton instructed the 
laymen to vote for three. Ballot closed. 

Telegram — Bishop Walton read a telegram from Rev. W. H. Giles. 

Motion to Extend — A motion was made to extend time for 10 minutes 
past recess time. Passed. 

Rev. G. W. Pomeroy — Matters of Privilege — Dr. Pomeroy introduced 
Rev. John Koelemay to present matters pertaining to the Methodist Hospital 
in New Orleans. The following were introduced: Seymour Weiss, Edward 
Lennox, C. C. Walther, George Williams, M. Kenneth Schor. Rev. Koelemay 
presented matters of the hospital. Bishop Walton addressed the conference 
and urged the support of the conference for the hospitals. 

Recess- 
Bishop Walton Resumed Chair after Recess — He called the conference to 
order. He then called for the order of the day. Carl Lueg moved that 
order of day be interrupted to receive and take additional ballots. Passed. 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 8 — Delegates to Jurisdictional Conference — 
218 cast; 15 invalid; 203 valid; needed to elect, 102. One election: Dr. Jack 
Wilkes, 104. 

Clerical Ballot No. 9 Ordered — Bishop Walton instructed the members 
to vote for 6. Ballot closed. 

Report on Lay Ballot No. 8 - Alternates (reserve delegates) to Jurisdic- 
tional Conference. 152 cast; 5 invalid; valid 147; needed to elect, 74; Three 
elections: Cecil Bland, Mrs. George Dameron, and O. W. Marrs. The Bishop 
thanked the lay tellers and declared the election over for lay reserve delegates. 

Resolution on Central Jurisdiction — Bishop Walton called upon Rev. 
Jolly Harper to present the resolution to be considered as the order of the 
day. He read the resolution after an explanation, and then moved the 
adoption of the resolution. Mr. Thomas Matheny moved that the vote be by 
secret ballot. It was ordered. Also he moved the limiting of debate to 10 
minutes for each speaker. It was ordered by the conference. Judge V. M. 
Mouser and Mr. Robert Roland spoke against the resolution. Dr. Keith Mason 
spoke for the resolution. (Report interrupted). 



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Report on Clerical Ballot No. 9 — Jurisdictional Conference Delegates — 
Ballots cast 215; invalid 11; valid 204; needed to elect 102; Dr. Leonard Cooke 
was elected with 115 votes. 

Clerical Ballot No. 10 Ordered and Bishop Walton instructed the ministers 
to vote for 5 ministers. Ballot closed. 

Motion by Dr. B. A. Galloway — A motion to extend the hour of adjourn- 
ment at 12:30 so that Dean Joseph D. Quillian might address the conference 
was passed. 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 10 Delayed — The conference ordered the 
ballot sealed and reported after lunch. 

Resolution Discussion Resumed — Rev. Roy Mouser was recognized and 
talked for the resolution. Then Rev. James Stovall moved the previous ques- 
tion. Seconded. Ordered by conference. Rev. Jolly Harper then made the 
concluding remarks before the vote. The vote was taken. 

Motion to Seal — Rev. Jack Cooke moved to seal the ballot and hear the 
report in the afternoon. It was ordered by the conference. 

Dean Joseph Quillian Presented — Dr. Quillian, Dean of Perkins School 
of Theology, addressed the conference. 

Motion to Re-convene — Motion to re-convene at 2:00 o'clock was passed. 
Announcements- 
Adjournment — Benediction, Dr. George W. Pomeroy. 



Afternoon Session, 2:30 o'clock 

Wednesday, May 31, 1967 

Brown Memorial Chapel 

Call to Order - Bishop Walton opened the session. No. 238, "Blessed 
Assurance", was sung, Rev. J. T. Harris, leading. Rev. G. W. Dameron led 
in prayer. 

Results of Vote on Central Jurisdiction - The secretary reported 234 votes 
for the resolution, and 176 against. 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 10 - Ballots cast, 244; 2 invalid; 242 valid; 
needed to elect, 121; 2 elections: D. W. Poole, 145; R. Leonard Cooke, 123. 

Clerical Ballot No. 11 Ordered - Bishop Walton instructed the ministers 
to vote on three ministers for Jurisdictional Conference. Ballot closed. 

Report No. 2, Board of Ministerial Training - Dr. A. W. Townsend 
guided the report. Rev. Donald M. Risinger gave the report. The following 
were admitted on trial: 



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Lamont Chesteen Rouse (% Rule, already an elder) 
John Hurst Chadwick — Deacon's orders 
David Robert Dykes — Deacon's orders 
William Alton Rowell, Jr. — Deacon's orders 
Rex Benjamin Wilkes — Deacon's orders 



Passed to the class of the Second Year: 

James Franklin Babcock Michael Edward Kirby 

Willis William Dear Jessie Lafayette Means, Jr. 

John Edwin Dilworth John McClain Lee, III 

Conrad Randal James Ronald George Ramke 
Roger Dick Johns 



Passed to the Class of the Third Year: 

Dell Sidney Durand, Jr. William Marshall McCutcheon 

Passed to the Class of the Fourth Year: 

John Hamilton Casey Ray Rolon Spiller 

To Be Continued In the Class of the Fourth Year: 

Frank Morrison Jones George Cunningham Purvis 

Frederic Richard Kellogg 

To be Discontinued at Own Request: 

Thomas L. Peets 

Transferring to North Texas Conference: 

James Britton Scott 



Dr. J. T. Harris presented the recommendations on the supply pastors 
as follows: 

Approved Supply Pastors Full Time — elected: 

William Roy Akin Hal P. Cansler 

Clifton M. Bailey Mrs. Rose P. Carithers 

John D. Bell W. Paul Cassels 

John C. Bond, Sr. Walter M. Clarke 

Etienne Brouillette Finas P. Corie 

George J. Burlew James E. Constable 

Fred W. Campbell M. L. Davis 



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43 



Ernest M. Dill 
Robert C. Eaker 
Walter L. Gilbert 
R. Roy Grant 
Sammy A. Hargrove 
J. Reed Hoffpauir 
Halley's C. Howell 
Carl L. Lipe 
Harold W. Longfellow 
James B. McCann 
George A. McVay 
I. Elmer Malone 
Alvin S. Mayo 
Lewis E. Milem 



Cecil C. Mims 
William L. Proctor 
Jimmie D. Pyles 
Allen R. Reeves, Sr. 
Allen R. Reeves, Jr. 
Mrs. Fredna M. Reeves 
John Cude Rousseaux, Jr. 
John W. Sayes 
William G. Stegall 
John D. Strozier 
Joseph A. Way 
Harold R. White 
Aubrey E. Wingfield 
J. C. Zerangue, Sr. 



Approved Supply Pastors Part Time — elected: 



Harold Babin 
Ellis Bankston 
Harold Bordages 
Cloward K. Brooks (E) 
Ivan Butterfield 
Henry W. Dorsey (D) 
Barney Durand 
Henry G. Ensenat (E) 
Kenneth Griffith 
Thomas G. Hale 
Leroy Hoover 



John T. Knisely 
Orman D. Link, Jr. 
Lionel J. Marcel 
Floyd McCarty 
John R. Oldham 
Marshall Paine (E) 
Henry O. Pinckard (E) 
James C. Rosemergy 
James A. Trickett 
J. Monroe Wilkes 



Approved Supply Pastors Student — elected: 



Charles E. Brister 
Hugh Dunn 
Ruben A. Harrell 
James McLauren 
Louis F. Roos 



James C. Saunders 
John Roddy Taylor 
Oliver C. Thomas 
Terry C. Willis 
Thomas A. Wilson 



Recommended for deacon's orders and elected: 



I. Elmer Malone 
Ernest Marion Dill 



Allen Richard Reeves, Jr. 
Jerold Reed Hoffpauir 



Recommended as Part Time Supply to perform marriage and baptism 
and elected: 

James Albert Trickett Harold Bordages 



Recommended as Student Supply to administer the sacraments, and 
elected: 

Louis F. Roos Ruben Maxwell Harrell 

Thomas Alva Wilson Terry Clovis Willis 



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Recommended Full Time Supplies to administer the sacraments, and 
elected: 

William Lee Proctor Sammy Alton Hargrove 

Bishop Walton conducted the service for admission on trial for the 
five elected. 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 11 - Delegates to Jurisdictional - Cast, 168; 
invalid, 9; 159 valid; 80 needed to elect; one election: Rev. Rex Squyres, 80 
votes. 

Clerical Ballot No. 12 Ordered — Bishop Walton instructed the ministers 
to vote for two ministers to the Jurisdictional Conference. Ballot closed. 

Report of Episcopal Residence Committee — Rev. B. A. Galloway gave 
the report, the first part of which was adopted without being read. He an- 
nounced a workshop. Report adopted without being read. See reports. 

Report of Legal Conference and Conference Trustees — Dr. Galloway 
presented Judge R. J. O'Neal for the Conference Trustees. Judge O'Neal 
offered several resolutions. Adopted. (See reports.) 

Dr. Alfredo Nanez Presented — Bishop Walton presented the new presi- 
dent of Lydia Patterson Institute. 

Bishop Walton Read Certain Appointments — These received approval 
by the conference (appointments to non-Methodist institutions): 

John M. Norris, Professor of New Testament Greek, Union Theological 

Seminary 
James A. McLean, Associate Professor of Art, Georgia State College 

T. Wayne Perrott, Assistant Professor of Sociology, William Carey College, 
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 

Torbert H. Milby, Jr., Science Librarian, University of Oklahoma 

Clarence G. Fuller, Jr., Associate Director of Curriculum, Department 
of Human Relations, Loyola University 

John F. Barringer, Interne, Ecumenical Institute 

George H. Holcombe, Interne, Ecumenical Institute 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 12 — Delegates to Jurisdictional Confer- 
ence — Cast, 187; invalid, 5; valid, 182; needed to elect, 92. No election. 

Clerical Ballot No. 13 Ordered — Delegates to Jurisdictional Conference- 
Bishop Walton instructed the ministers to vote for two. Ballot closed. 

Report, Board of Hospitals and Homes — Dr. G. W. Pomeroy read the 
introduction to the report, then guided the reports. 

Rev. Donald Wineinger spoke on the hospital chaplaincy in the confer- 
ence. 

Rev. Jack Midyett spoke about the work of the Methodist Home Hospital. 



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Mr. Ewell Singleton, Glenwood Hospital, spoke of the Methodist insti- 
tution in West Monroe. 

Mr. J. R. Russell, Retired Ministers Homes Board, spoke on the work of 
providing homes for retired ministers. Mr. Russell mentioned that Rev. James 
B. Grambling was ill. The Conference authorized the secretary to send a 
telegram to Rev. and Mrs. James B. Grambling. 

Rev Marvin McFarland presented a resolution concerning raising funds 
for an inter-faith chapel at the T.B. Hospital at Greenwell Springs, Louisiana. 
Rev. Robert Crichlow said that the Commission on World Service and Finance 
had approved. The resolution was adopted. 

Dr. G. W. Pomeroy read certain recommendations and nominations. 
Adopted. (See Reports.) 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 13 - Jurisdictional Conference Delegate - 
174 cast; 1 invalid; 173 valid; 87 necessary to elect; one election: R. E. Haug, 
97 votes. 

Clerical Ballot No. 14 Ordered - Instructions were given by Bishop 
Walton for the ministers to vote on one name for Jurisdictional Conference. 
Ballot closed. 

Dr. Freeman Presented - Dr. G. Ross Freeman of the Candler School of 
Theology spoke. 

Report of Clerical Ballot No. 14 - Jurisdictional Conference Delegate - 
151 cast; 1 invalid ; 150 valid; 76 necessary to elect. No election. 

Clerical Ballot No. 15 Ordered - Bishop Walton instructed the ministers 
to vote for one name. Ballot closed. 

Report, Commission on Worship - Rev. James E. Christie read the report. 
Adopted. 

Report of Town and Country Commission - Rev. Garland Dean intro- 
duced the report. Rev. Rex Squyres spoke to the report (being the Pre- 
Conference Report). Adopted. 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 15 - Delegate to Jurisdictional Conference- 
132 cast; no votes invalid; 132 valid; 67 necessary to elect. No election. 
Clerical Ballot No. 16 Ordered - Voting on one. Ballot closed. 
Report on Clerical Ballot No. 16 - 120 cast; needed 61, one election: 
Roy Mouser, 73 votes. 

Clerical Ballot No. 17 Ordered - Alternates to '1™**^°**^ ~ 
Bishop Walton instructed the conference to vote for three. Ballot closed. 

Motion to Seal Ballots - Bev. Carl Lueg moved to seal the ballots until 
Thursday morning. Passed. 
Announcements- 
Adjournment - Benediction. 



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FOURTH DAY 

Thursday, June 1, 1967 

8:30 A.M. 
Brown Memorial Chapel 

Devotional - R ev . Minns S. Robertson, leader; Miss Eva Nell Clark 
organist; Dr A C Voran leading the singing. Hymn No. 399 "Let Zion's 
Watchmen Ah Awake. Sermon: "To Fulfill This Ministry" by Rev. Otis 
W. Spmks. Hymn No. 400 "Jesus! The Name High Over All". 

Call to Order - Bishop Walton called the Conference to order. 

Committee on Journal - Rev. L. Ray Branton reported the minutes 
were in order. 

Sponsors - Bishop Walton appointed the Reverends Douglas L McGuire 
and A. \V . fownsend as sponsors for elders at the ordination service, and the 
Reverends J. T. Harris and Donald Risinger as sponsors for the deacons. 

Report No. 2 of Committee on Conference Relations - Rev W D 
Boddie reported for the Committee, recommending the retired relation for 
the following. Rev. Van Leo Westbrook, Approved Supply; Rev. Lee Grafton 
Shaw, Approved Supply; to be designated as special conference claimants. 
Both addressed the conference. 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 17 - Alternates to Jurisdictional Confer- 
ence - Votes cast, 119; invalid, 3; valid, 116; needed to elect, 59- One 
election, John Winn, 62 votes. 

Clerical Ballot No. 18 Ordered - Bishop Walton instructed the con- 
ference to vote for two ministers as reserve delegates for Jurisdictional 
Conference. Ballot closed. 

Dr. Long Presented - Dr. Kermit Long, Conference preacher and Gen- 
eral Secretary of the Board of Evangelism, was presented by Bishop Walton 
He spoke briefly. 

Rev. Allen Presented - Bishop Walton introduced Rev. Sam Allen 
Executive Secretary of the Louisiana Council of Churches, who spoke 
briefly. ^ 

Dr. Bruce D. Rahtjen Presented - Dr. Rutkin, representing St. Paul School 
briefl KanSaS Clty ' WaS Presented by Bish °P Walton - H e spoke 

Report No. 1, Board of Missions - Rev. Roy Mouser, Chairman, guided 
the report. Report adopted. 

Report, Commission on Christian Vocations - Rev. Oscar Cloyd Chair- 
man, gave the report. Adopted. 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 18 - Reserve Delegates to Jurisdictional 
Conference - 164 cast; invalid, 2; valid, 162; needed to elect, 82; one election: 
Bentley Sloane, 87. 



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Clerical Ballot No. 19 Ordered - Reserve Delegates to Jurisdictional 
Conference - Voting on one. Ballot closed. 

Dr. R. Leonard Cooke - Dr. Cooke, for the Cabinet, presented a request 
for a committee to study the feasibility of an additional district. 

"We recommend that the Louisiana Annual Conference request 
Bishop Aubrey G. Walton to appoint a Committee to study the advis- 
ability of forming an additional district within the bounds of the Louisiana 
Annual Conference, and that this Committee be instructed to present 
its report to the 1968 session of the Annual Conference." 
Announcement of Transfers - Bishop Walton presented some of the 
transfers into the Conference: Dr. W. F. Pledger, Rev. George D York, 
Rev. Richard Dale Waggoner, Rev. William M. McCutcheon, Rev. William 
Spiller Milton. These men were presented to the Conference. 

Report of Deaconess Board - Miss Norma Garlington gave the report. 
Adopted. (See Reports.) 

Report Clerical Ballot No. 19 - Reserve delegate to Jurisdictional 
Conference - Cast, 172; invalid, 2; valid, 170; needed, 86; no election. 

Clerical Ballot No. 20 Ordered - Bishop Walton instructed ministers to 
vote for one. Ballot closed. 

Report of Board of Evangelism - Rev. Merlin Merrill guided the report. 
Dr. Kermit Long, Secretary of the General Board of Evangelism, spoke. 
Adopted. (See Reports.) 

Report on Clerical Ballot No. 20 - Cast, 166; invalid, none; valid, 166; 
necessary to elect, 84; one election. Clyde Frazier, 84 votes. 

Tellers Thanked - Bishop Walton called the tellers to the front and 
thanked them. He declared their duties finished, since all delegates and 
reserves were now elected. 

Transfer In - Rev. George D. York, returning to Louisiana, spoke 
briefly. 

Visitors Presented - Rev. and Mrs. Carlos Welch, Leonard Theological 
College, India, were introduced by Bishop Walton. They spoke briefly Dr. 
and Mrs. W. E. Trice from the North Texas Conference, were introduced. 
Dr. Trice spoke. Rev. John Rasmussen was introduced. 

Board of Education, Report No. 1 - Dr. Ben R. Oliphint Chairman, 
guided the report. Dr. Jack S. Wilkes gave the report, introducing Rev 
Robert Ed Taylor, Dr. Webb Pomeroy, Dean Thad Marsh. Dr. Oliphint 
moved the adoption of Report No. 1. Adopted. 

Report of Committee on Review and Resolutions - Mr. J. C. Love, 
Chairman, presented two resolutions. Rev. L. Ray Branton spoke for the 
first resolution, being a memorial to the General Conference to au honze 
delegates to negotiate and participate in the formation of the organization of 
the new church union upon invitation from the Consultation on Church Union. 
Memorial approved. (See Resolutions.) 



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Dr. Love read the second memorial to General Conference being a 
petition by the Town and Country Commission. (See Resolutions.) Approved. 

Report, Commission on Christian Higher Education - Rev. Luther L 
Booth, Chairman, guided the report. Rev. Spencer Wren read the reports 
Adopted (See Reports.) 

Presentation of Fraternal Delegate - Dr. Jolly B. Harper introduced 
Rev. Robert F. Harrington of New Orleans, Mt. Zion Methodist Church, of 
the Central Jurisdiction. He spoke to the conference. Bishop Walton 
announced that the Louisiana Conference, Central Jurisdiction had just 
endorsed, in Lake Charles, the two proposals, E.U.B. merger and Central 
Jurisdiction. 

Report, Woman's Society of Christian Service - Mrs. Charles B. Mc- 
Gowan, Conference President of the W.S.C.S., gave the report. Mrs 
McGowan presented Mrs. Glenn Laskey, President of the Woman's Division 
of Christian Service of the Methodist Church. The conference stood in ap- 
preciation of Mrs. Laskey, who has received many honors in recent years. 

Extension of Time Ordered - The conference voted to extend the time. 

Report of Board of Lay Activities - Mr. Thomas H. Matheny, Conference 
Lay Leader, gave the report. The report of the ''One Thousand Club" was 
filed. Mr. Matheny indicated that the pre-conference report would be cov- 
ered in the Journal. Mr. Matheny expressed personal resentment over the 
limiting of debate in the matters facing the conference. He felt that the 
conference should debate thoroughly its business, in the interest of its 
effectiveness and image. 

Mr. Matheny read the nominations for district lay leaders and associate 
lay leaders. Adopted. 

Mr. Matheny announced the "Layman of the Year" award for the 
conference, Mr. Dudley V. Snow, District Lay Leader of the Shreveport 
District, the recipient. 

Motion to Carry Unfinished Business Over - Rev. Kirby Vining moved 
that unfinished business be carried over until Friday. Passed. 

Announcements- 
Adjournment - Benediction, Dr. Henry A. Rickey. 

FOURTH DAY 

Thursday Evening, 7:30 O'clock 
The Service of Ordination, First Methodist Church 

The Service of Ordination - Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, assisted by several 
elders, conducted the service. Special music was presented by the choir of 
First Methodist Church, Shreveport, Dr. Harold Booth, Director, Mrs. Dorothy 



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Booth, organist. Dr. Kermit Long, Secretary of the General Board of Evange- 
lism, preached the sermon. 

The Ordination of Deacons and Elders - Rev. James T. Harris and 
Rev. Don Risinger presented the deacons for ordination: John Hurst Chadwick, 
David Robert Dykes, William Alton Rowell, Jr Rex Benjamin Wilkes 
I. Elmer Malone, Ernest Marion Dill, Allen Richard Reeves, Jr., Jerold Reed 
Hoffpauir. 

Rev. Douglas McGuire and Rev. A. W. Townsend presented the elders 
for ordination: William James Butts, Jr., John Calvin Coker Milton Peter 
Guttierrez, II, Harry Arthur Harrington, Jr., Bonnie Ruth Holey, James 
Ryon Horton, Jr., William Douglas Peeples, Henry England Pickett, Richard 
Dale W 7 aggoner, Jack Sidney Singleton. 

Certificates of Ordination 

delivered the parchments. 

Benediction. 



Rev. Ralph Cain, Secretary of the Conference, 




DEACONS 



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FIFTH DAY 

Friday, June 2, 1967 

8:30 A.M. 

Brown Memorial Chapel 

Devotional - Rev. Robert H. Jamieson, leader. Hymn No 67 "A 
Mighty Fortress Is Our God", prayer and scripture lesson. Sermon: "Are 
You Big Enough?" by Dr. B. C. Taylor. Prayer and closing Hymn No 267 - 
* Rise Up, O Men Of God!". 

Call to Order - Bishop Walton called the conference to order. 

Committee on Journal - Rev. Tom Crosby reported that the minutes 
were in order. 

Dr. B. R. Oliphint - Bishop Walton introduced Dr. Oliphint who spoke 
of Dr. Uriel Karl Perego who died on Thursday of a heart attack. Funeral 
service to be Saturday, June 3, at 2:30 P.M. at the Rose Neath Funeral 
Home Prayer. Bishop Walton asked the secretary to send expression of 
sympathy to the family. 



Nominations from the Cabinet - Rev. John F. Kilpatrick read nominations 
to the committee to study the possibility of formation of a new district- Chair- 
man, Rev. Sam Nader, Mr. Thomas H. Matheny, Rev. Rex Squyres, Rev Fred 
S. Flurry, Mr. George D. Williams. Others nominations: (See Journal.) 

Report of Board on Christian Social Concerns - Dr. Woodrow Hearn 
guided the report. (The first section was approved. A question was raised 
about the resolution on Human Rights being read as it was not in Pre- 
Conference reports. It was agreed to read it before a vote was taken.) Report 
adopted. (See reports.) 

Report of Louisiana Moral and Civic Foundation - Dr. J. Henry Bowdon, 
reporting. Adopted. 

Report of District Conference Records Committee - Rev. A. A. Collins, 
reporting. Records are in order. Adopted. (See reports.) 

Dr. R. L. Cook - He reported an illness suffered by Rev. Jack Shaw. 
The secretary was instructed to send Bro. Shaw a message from the conference. 

Report of Historical Commission - Rev. A. G. Taylor, reporting. Report 
adopted. (See Reports.) 

Report of Commission on Minimum Salary - Rev. Ira W. Flowers re- 
ported. Report adopted. (See Reports.) 

Supplementary Report of Board of Pensions - Rev. J. L. Adams and 
Rev. J. W. Matthews gave a supplemental report. Adopted. (See Reports.) 

Report of Commission on World Service and Finance - Report was guided 
by Rev. Robert Crichlow. 



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A motion pertaining to District Superintendent's salary was offered. Text 
of resolution: 

That the total salaries and expenses of the District Superintend- 
ents paid by the Annual Conference shall be the average to the 
next $100.00 of the twenty highest totals as shown on the Work- 
sheets of the Cabinet which totals shall include the pastor's salary, 
expense and utilities. 

Be it further resolved that the above resolution become and be 
included as a Conference Rule. 

A motion pertaining to annuity contracts for conference-paid ministers 
was offered and adopted. (See reports.) 
Report No. 1 - Adopted. 
Report No. 2 - Adopted. 
Report No. 3 - Adopted. 
Report No. 4 - Adopted. 

Report No. 5 - Adopted. (All presented by Rev. John Koelemay.) (See 
reports.) 

Dr B A Galloway - A resolution about the Mt. Zion Church in the 
Ruston District was presented for the Board of Trustees of the Conference. 
Adopted. (See reports.) 

Report of Television, Radio and Film Commission - Rev. Wilson 
Watson gave the report. Rev. Hugh Baker made a presentation to Rev. M. C. 
Cady. Adopted. (See reports.) 

Report of the Louisiana Methodist - Rev. G. W. Pomeroy guided the 
report, presenting Dr. Alfred Knox, editor. Dr. Ewing Wayland, editor of 
the Christian Advocate, was introduced by Bishop Walton. He spoke to the 
Conference. Report adopted. 

Report of Commission on Public Relations and Methodist Information - 

Dr Jack Wilkes gave the report. He spoke with appreciation of Miss Georgia 
Daily, retiring Director of Methodist Information. Miss Daily spoke to the 
Conference. 

Dr. Rickey to the Chair - Dr. Henry Rickey took the chair. 

Report No. 2, Board of Education - Rev. J. C. Skinner, Executive 
Secretary of the Board of Education, guided the report. 

Miss Anna Kay Montgomery, addressed the Conference, representing the 
Conference Methodist Youth Fellowship. 

Rev. William P. Fraser spoke to the Conference. 

Dr. Ben R. Oliphint, Chairman of the Board, spoke in appreciation of 
the work of Rev. J. C. Skinner. 






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Adoptd. el (t 0n re ?or) SteeS ° f Centenary C ° llege "" heId at *" *~ 

Rev. Clarence Smelling, Jr., was recommended as a Minister of Christian 
Education. Elected. He addressed the Conference. Bishop Walton per" 
formed the Consecration Ceremony. vvauon per 

Ben B P n? 1 l P 'r nt ? ti , 0, 1 ° f thC B ° ardS ° f Educatio " ™d Evangelism - Dr 

Ben H. Ohphmt guided the presentation. Speaking for the report: Rev. Lonnie 
Sibley who described the church school decline; Rev. George Ross who 

Botf of V " ° r ° ff n ing the d ° WnWard trend - Rev - " A MeZ ffl 
Board of Evangelism spoke. Bishop Walton spoke, heartily recommending 
the plan. He urged the Conference to adopt the plan and then go back and 
carry ,t out. Beport was adopted. (See report, Board of Educatfon.) 

Report of Conference Statistician and Treasurer - Bev T E Heam 
gave the report. Adopted. (See reports.) 

Western Methodist Assembly - Trustee, Dr. Luman E. Douglas, reported 
Reported. ' (S^irtsT °" S " ReV - ^ * M0USCT ^ ^ — 

AdoplTVee^oT'r °" ° M ' " ** *"* »*~ ™« ^ ~ 

Where Shall the Next Conference be Held? - Dr. B. C. Taylor invited 
the Conference to Centenary College. Moved and accepted. 

H R ?" dinS E [ t" 1 * Appointments - "Where Shall the Preachers be Sta- 
tioned? - Bishop Aubrey C. Walton read the appointments. 

Hymn - "A Charge to Keep I Have" was sung by the Conference. 
Benediction - Bishop Aubrey G. Walton. 



/s/ AUBREY G. WALTON 
President 

/s/ W. RALPH CAIN 
Secretary 



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CONDENSED MINUTES 

THE BUSINESS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

The Minutes of the Louisiana Annual Conference held in Shreveport, 
Louisiana, Centenary College and First Methodist Church from May 29, 1967 
through June 2, 1967, Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, Presiding. Date When 
Organized 1845, Number of This Session 122. 



PART I. ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL BUSINESS 

1. Who are elected for the quadrennium: 

Secretary? Rev. W. Ralph Cain, 3021 Curtis Lane, Shreveport, La. 71109 
Statisticians? Rev. J. E. Heam, 1418 Brewster St., Ruston, La. 
Treasurer? Rev. J. E. Hearn, 1418 Brewster, Ruston, La. 

2. Is the Annual Conference incorporated? Yes. 

3. Bonding and auditing: 

a) What officers handling funds of the conference have been bonded, 
and in what amounts? Conference Treasurer, in the amount of 
$5,000.00. 

b) Have the books of said officers or persons been audited? Yes. 

4. Have the conference boards, commissions, and committees been appointed 
or elected: Yes. 

5. Have the secretaries, treasurers, and statisticians kept their respective 
records upon and according to the forms prescribed by The Methodist 
Church? Yes. 

6. What is the report of the statistician? (See Journal.) 

7. What is the report of the treasurer? (See Journal.) 

8. What are the reports of the district superintendents as to the status of 
the work within their districts? (See Journal.) 

9. What is the sechedule of minimum salaries for pastors? See Journal. 

10. What is the plan and what are the approved claims for the support of 
the district superintendents for the ensuing year? $10,500.00 Salary 
and $3,000.00 Expenses, determined by averaging the 20 highest salaries 
(plus expense & utilities) of the conference pastors. 

11. What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the 
conference to be raised for the support of conference claimants? $410,000.00. 

12. What are the apportionments to this conference: 

a) For the World Service Fund? $320,000.00. 

b) For the Episcopal Fund? $35,000.00. 

c) For the General Administration Fund? $17,000.00. 



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d) For the Interdenominational Co-operation Fund? $9,500.00. 

e) For the Temporary General Aid Fund? $5,000.00. 

f) For the Jurisdictional Administration Fund? $9,500.00. 

g) For the maintenance of our institutions of higher learning? 
$124,277.00 ($1.00 per member). 

13. What is the percentage division between world service and conference 
benevolences for the current year: 

World service? 67.48%. Conference benevolences? 32.52%. 

14. What are the reports, recommendations, and plans of the conference 
agencies: 

a) What is the report of the Board of Pensions and what appropriations 
for conference claimants are reported and approved? See Journal.) 

b) What is the report of the Board of Missions of disbursements of 
missionary aid within the conference? (See Journal.) 

c) What is the report of the Commission on World Service and Finance? 
(See Journal.) 

d) What is the report of the Commission on Christian Vocations? (See 
Journal.) 

e) What are the other reports? (See Journal.) 

15. What Methodist institutions or organizations are approved by the con- 
ference for annuity responsibility? All Conference Institutions. 

16. What date is determined for Golden Cross Enrollment Sunday? None. 

17. Conference lay leader: 

a) Name: Thomas H. Matheny, Guaranty Bank Bldg., Hammond, La. 

b) What is his report? (See Journal.) 

c) Who are district and associate district lay leaders? (See Journal.) 

18. What local churches have been: 

a) Organized? Francis Asbury, Baton Rouge District. 

b) Merged? None. 

c) Discontinued? Grace Church, Alexandria District. 

d) Relocated, and to what address? None. 

e) Transferred into this conference from the Central Jurisdiction, and 
with what membership: 

1) This year? None. 

2) Previously? None. 



PART II. PERTAINING TO MINISTERIAL RELATIONS 

19. Are all the ministerial members of the conference blameless in their 
life and official administration? Yes. 

20. Who constitute the Conference Committee of Investigation? (See Journal.) 



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21. Who are the approved supply pastors: 

a) Student approved supply pastors? Charles E. Brister, Hugh Dunn, 
Ruben A. Harrell, James McLauren, Louis F. Roos, James C. Saund- 
ers, John Roddy Taylor, Oliver Thomas, Terry C. Willis, Thomas A. 
Wilson. 

b) Full-time approved supply pastors: William Roy Akin, Clifton M. 
Bailey, John D. Bell, John C. Bond, Sr, Etienne Brouillette, George 
J. Burlew, Fred W. Campbell, Hal P. Cansler, Carl L. Lipe, Harold 
W. Longfellow, James B. McCann, George A. McVay, I. Elmer 
Malone, Alvin S. Mayo, Lewis E. Milem, Cecil C. Mims, Mrs. Rose 
P. Carithers, Jimmie D. Pyles, Finas P. Corie, Mrs. Fredna M. 
Reeves, John Cude Rousseaux, Jr., Robert C. Eaker, John D. 
Strozier, Sammy A. Hargrove, Aubrey E. Wingfield, William L. 
Proctor, Walter M. Clarke, Allen R. Reeves, Jr., James E. Constable, 
Ernest M. Dill, William G. Stegall, R. Roy Grant, Harold R. White! 
Halley's C. Howell, W. Paul Cassels, Allen R. Reeves, Sr., M. L. 
Davis, John W. Sayes, Walter L. Gilbert, Joseph A. Way, J. Reed 
Hoffpauir, J. C. Zerangue, Sr. 

c) Part-time approved supply pastors: Harold Babin, Ellis Bankston, 
Harold Bordages, Cloward K. Brooks, Ivan Butterfield, Henry W. 
Dorsey, Barney Durand, Henry G. Ensenat, Kenneth Griffith, Thomas 
G. Hale, Leroy Hover, John T. Knisely, Orman D. Link, Jr., Lionel 
J. Marcel, Floyd McCarty, John R. Oldham, Marshall Paine, Henry 
O. Pinckard, James C. Rosemergy, James A. Trickett, J. Monroe 
Wilkes. 

22. What approved supply pastors are credited with annuity claim on account 
of full-time service during the past year? Fred W. Campbell, Halley's 
Comet Howell, I. Elmer Malone, Alvin S. Mayo, John C. Rousseaux, 
J. C. Zerangue, John D. Bell, John C. Bonds, George J. Burlew, M. L. 
Davis, Carl L. Lipe, Allen R. Reeves, Jr., John W. Sayes, P. W. Sibley, 
Etienne B. Brovillette, Harold P. Cansler, J. David Strozier, J. Reed 
Hoffpauir, Lewis E. Milem, Heaton G. Crammer, James B. McCann, 
Cecil Cade Mims, Joseph A. Way, Harold R. White, Aubrey 
E. Wingfield, James E. Constable, Robert C. Eaker, William Paul Cassels, 
Harold W. Longfellow, George A. McVay, Jr., Jimmie D. Pyles, Allen R. 
Reeves, Sr., L. Grafton Shaw, V. L. Westbrook, Clifton M. Bailey, 
Finas P. Corie, Robert R. Grant, William G. Stegall, Sam Hargrove, 
William R. Akin. 

23. What preachers, coming from other evangelical churches, have had their 
orders recognized: 

a) As local deacons? None. 

b) As local elders? None. 

24. Who have been admitted from other evangelical churches as traveling 
preachers: 

a) As members on trial: Deacons? None. 
Elders? None. 

b) As members in full connection: Deacons? None. 
Elders? None. 



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25. Who are admitted on trial: 

a) With degrees from approved colleges and credits from approved 
schools of theology? John Hurst Chadwick, David Robert Dykes, 
William Alton Rowell, Jr., Rex Benjamin Wilkes. 

b) With degrees from colleges not accredited by the University Senate 
and credits from approved schools of theology? None. 

c) With degrees from approved colleges and completion of the intro- 
ductory studies for the ministry and the first two years course of 
study? Lamont Chesteen Rouse. 

d) With partial college credit, completion of the four-year course of 
study, and six years' service as approved supply pastors? None. 

26. Who are continued on trial; and what progress have they made in their 
ministerial studies: 

a) As students in approved schools of theology? Pass from 1st to 2nd 
year: James Franklin Babcock, Willis William Dear, John Edwin 
Dilworth, Conrad Randal James, Michael Kirby, Jessie Lafayette 
Means, Jr., John McClain Lee, III. 

To Be Continued in Fourth Year: Frank Morrison Jones. 

b) As graduates of approved schools of theology? Ronald George 
Ramke, pass to 2nd year. William Marshall McCutcheon, pass to 
3rd year. Ray Rolon Spiller, pass to 4th year. Fredric Richard 
Kellog and George Cunningham Purvis to be continued in 4th year. 

c) In the four-year course of study? Dell Sidney Durand, Jr., pass to 
3rd year. John Hamilton Casey to 4th year. 

d) In the four graduate courses of study? None. 

27. Who on trial are discontinued? Thomas L. Peets, at this own request. 

28. 



Who are admitted into full connection? William James Butts, Jr., Paul 
Wilton Carter, John Calvin Coker, Milton Peter Guttierrez, II, Harry 
Arthur Harrington, Jr., Bonnie Ruth Holley, James Ryan Horton, Jr., 
Robert Dale Meyers, Jr., William Douglas Peeples, Henry England 
Pickett, Jack Sidney Singleton, Richard Dale Waggoner. 

29. Who have been elected deacons: 

a) Theological students? John Hurst Chadwick, David Robert Dykes, 
William Alton Rowell, Jr., Rex Benjamin Wilkes. 

b) Members on trial in the course of study? None. 

c) Approved supply pastors? Ernest Marion Dill, Jerold Reed Hoff- 
pauir, I. Elmer Malone, Allen Richard Reeves, Jr. 

d) Missionaries? None. 

e) Chaplains? None. 

30 Who have been ordained deacons? John Hurst Chadwick, Ernest Marion 
Dill David Robert Dykes, Jerold Reed Hoffpauir, I. Elmer Malone, 
Allen Richard Reeves, Jr., William Alton Rowell, Jr., Rex Benjamin 
Wilkes. 



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31. Who have been elected elders: 

a) Theological graduates? William James Butts, Jr., John Calvin Coker, 
Milton Peter Guttierrez, II, Harry Arthur Harrington, Jr., Bonnie 
Ruth Holley, James Ryan Horton, Jr., Robert Dale Meyers, Jr., 
William Douglas Peeples, Jack Sidney Singleton. 

b). Course of study graduates? Henry England Pickett, Richard Dale 
Waggoner. 

c) Missionaries? None. 

d) Chaplains? None. 

32. Who have been ordained elders? William James Butts, Jr., John Calvin 
Coker, Milton Peter Guttierrez, II, Harry Arthur Harrington, Jr., Bonnie 
Ruth Holley, James Ryan Horton, Jr., William Douglas Peeples, Henry 
England Pickett, Jack Sidney Singleton, Richard Dale Waggoner. 

33. Who have been admitted or ordained to accommodate other conferences: 

a) Admitted: On trial? None. 

Into full connection? Richard Dale Waggoner. 

b) Ordained after election by this conference: Deacons? None. 
Elders? Richard Dale Waggoner. 

c) Ordained after election by other conferences: Deacons None. 
Elders? None. 

34. Who are readmitted: 

a) As deacons? Lamont Chesteen Rouse. 

b) As elders? None. 

35. What retired members have been made effective? None. 

36. Who have been received by transfer? 

W. Ferrell Pledger, Gujarat, Bombay Area, July 1, 1966. 
Joe Wayne McClain, Little Rock, May 26, 1967. 
William M. McCutcheon, Florida, May 29, 1967. 
William Spiller Milton, Little Rock, May 26, 1967. 
Richard Dale Waggoner, Minnesota, May 29, 1967. 
George Dupree York, Montana, April 1, 1967. 

37. Who have been transferred out? 

Joel Brent Doan, Southern California-Arizona, June 2, 1967. 

Roland William Faulk, Southern California-Arizona, June 1, 1967. 

Neal Bond Fleming, North Georgia, September 1, 1966. 

Lamont Chesteen Rouse, Mississippi, June 2, 1967. 

James Britton Scott, North Texas, May 29, 1967. 

Daniel C. Steere, Central Texas, June 2, 1967. 

Richard Dale Waggoner, Minnesota, June 2, 1967. 

Ben Frank Youngblood, Southern California-Arizona, June 1, 1967. 

38. Who have had their conference membership terminated: 

a) By voluntary location? R. Byron Crosby, Jack H. Tinnin, Troy B. 
Garrett. 

b) By involuntary location? None. 



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c) By withdrawal? None. 

d) By judicial procedure (expelled)? None. 

39. Deceased: 

a) What ministerial members have died during the year? 

Inactive: Adrian M. Serex, born, March, 28, 1903, died September 
20, 1966, full connection, November, 1923; Louis Hoffpauir, born, 
August 7, 1888, died, December 16, 1966, full connection, Decem- 
ber, 1911; George Mobley Home, born, May 10, 1895, died May 25, 
1967, full connection, November, 1940. 

b) What approved supply pastors have died during the year? None. 

c) What deaconesses have died during the year? None. 

40. Who are the supernumerary ministers, and for what number of years 
consecutively has each held this relation? James S. Jones for 3 years. 

41. Who are granted subbatical leave? Stephen Frederick Wendt, Ladell 
J. Futch. 

42. What ministerial members have been retired: 

a) This year? William Henry Bengtson, Lovice Alton Carrington, 
Benjamin Paul Durbin, Theron Thomas McKisson, Pleasant Wilkinson 
Sibley. 

b) Previously? (See Journal.) 

43. What approved supply pastors have been retired: 

a) This year? Van Leo Westbrook, L. Grafton Shaw. 

b) Previously? (See Journal.) 

44. Who are appointed to attend school? 

a) Members on trial? James Franklin Babcock, John Hurst Chadwick, 
Willis William Dear, John Edwin Dilworth, David Robert Dykes, 
Conrad Randal James, Roger Dick Johns, Frank M. Jones, Frederic* 
R. Kellogg, Michael Edward Kirby, Jesse L. Means, Jr., George 
C. Purvis, William A. Rowell, Jr., Rex Benjamin Wilkes. 

b) Members in full connection? Robert S. Barefield, Robert M. Collie, 
George M. Hess, Warren L. Levingston, Edwin E. Sylvest, Jr. 

45. What is the number of: 
a) General Information: 

Pastoral charges? 304 

Approved supply pastors? '3 

Received on trial? 5 

Received into full connection? 12 

Transferred in? " 

Transferred out? ° 

Received from other evangelical churches? 

Readmitted? l 

Discontinued? 

Withdrawn? 1 



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Expelled? q 

Located? o 

Deceased? o 

Local preachers? 31 

Women under appointment? 4 

Retired made effective? q 

Retired serving as supply pastors? 12 

District parsonages: No. g 

Value $375,000.00 

Indebtedness $ 71,700.00 

b) Number of ministers: 

(1) On trial: 

(a) As pastors? 5 

(b) Under special appointment? 

(c) Appointed to attend school? 14 

Total on trial? 20 

(2) In full connection: 

(a) Effective: 

(i) As pastors and district superintendents? 233 

(ii) Under special appointment? 43 

(hi) Appointed to attend school? 6 

(iv) On sabbatical leave? 3 

Total effective? 285 

(b) Retired? ...ZZ 64 

(c) Supernumerary? 1 

Total ministerial members: 379 

46. What other personal notation should be made? None. 



PART III. CONCLUDING BUSINESS 

47. What are the detailed objectives of this conference for the coming 
year? (See Journal.) 

48. Where shall the next Conference Session be held? Centenary College - 
Shreveport, La. 

49. Is there any other business? None. 

50. What changes have been made in appointments since last Annual Con- 
ference Session? (See Journal.) 

51. Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year? (See List of 
Appointments in Journal.) 



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Certificate of ©rhmatbn 

THIS IS TO CERTIFY that, at Shreveport, Louisiana, 
on the first day of June, 1967, I ordained under the 
election of the Louisiana Annual Conference, South 
Central Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church 

John Hurst Chadwick 
David Robert Dykes 
William Alton Rowell, Jr. 
Rex Benjamin Wilkes 
I. Elmer Malone 
Ernest Marion Dill 
Allen Richard Reeves, Jr. 
Jerold Reed Hoffpauir 

As Deacons in The Methodist Church 

At the same time and place, and assisted by several 
elders, I ordained under the election of the Louisiana 
Annual Conference, South Central Jurisdiction, of The 
Methodist Church 

William James Butts, Jr. 
John Calvin Coker 
Milton Peter Guttierrez, II 
Harry Arthur Harrington, Jr. 
Bonnie Ruth Holley 
James Ryan Horton, Jr. 
William Douglas Peeples 
Henry England Picket 
Richard Dale Waggoner 
Jack Sidney Singleton 

As Elders in The Methodist Church 






a 



lAfrrfir^J 



/s/ AUBREY G. WALTON 
President 

Bishop of the Louisiana Area 
of The Methodist Church 



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APPOINTMENT LIST 
LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

JUNE 2, 1967 

TRANSFERS IN 

William Ferrell Pledger, Elder in Full Connection, from the Gujarat Con- 
ference, Bombay Area. 

George Dupree York, Elder in Full Connection, from the Montana Conference. 

William Spiller Milton, Elder in Full Connection, from the Little Rock 
Conference. 

William Marshall McCutcheon, Deacon on Trial, from the Florida Conference. 

Richard Dale Waggoner, Deacon on Trial, from the Minnesota Conference. 

Joe Wayne McClain, Elder in Full Connection, from the Little Rock 
Conference. 

TRANSFERS OUT 

Neal Bond Fleming, Elder in Full Connection, to the North Georgia 

Conference. 
James Britton Scott, Deacon on Trial, to the North Texas Conference. 

Ben Frank Youngblood, Elder in Full Connection, to the Southern California- 
Arizona Conference. 

Roland William Faulk, Elder in Full Connection, to the Southern California- 
Arizona Conference. 

Joel Brent Doan, Elder in Full Connection, to the Southern California-Arizona 
Conference. 

Richard Dale Waggoner, Elder in Full Connection, to the Minnesota 
Conference. 

Daniel C. Steere, Elder in Full Connection, to the Central Texas Conference. 

Lamont Chesteen Rouse, Elder on Trial, to the Mississippi Conference. 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS 

Area Council Director *Luman E. Douglas 2 

Associate Area Council Director ^Kenneth G. Rorie 5 

Associate Area Council Director *Earl B. Emmerich 1 

Superintendent, Methodist Children's Home *Harry E. Ezell 8 

Superintendent, Methodist Home Hospital *Jack H. Midyett 4 



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Promotional Director, Methodist Hospital, 

New Orleans *john B. Koelemay 4 

Conference Director of Church Survey and 

Community Development *Rex Squyres 1 

Conference Treasurer *john E. Hearn 17 

President, Centenary College f Jack Stauffer Wilkes 4 

Professor and Head of Department of Religion, 

Centenary College f Webb D. Pomeroy 15 

Chaplain and Director of Church Relations, 

Centenary College ^Robert E. Taylor 7 

Professor of Sociology and Religion and Head of Department 

of Sociology, Centenary College fW. Ferrell Pledger 2 

Assistant Professor of Religion, Centenary College f Alton O. Hancock 4 

Professor, Perkins School of Theology f Douglas E. Jackson 11 

Associate Professor, Southern Methodist University fBenjamin A. Petty 15 

Associate Professor, Iliff School of Theology f Clarence H. Snelling, Jr. 4 

Professor of New Testament Greek, 

Union Theological Seminary fjohn M. Norris 4 

Associate Professor of Art, Georgia State College fjames A. McLean 2 

Associate Professor of Social Ethics, 

Candler School of Theology fTheodore R. Weber 10 

Assistant Professor of Sociology, 

William Carey College, Hattiesburg, Miss. fT. Wayne Perrott 2 

Associate Director of Curriculum, Department of 

Human Relations, Loyola University f Clarence G. Fuller, Jr. 1 

Executive Secretary, South Central Jurisdiction *Virgil D. Morris 8 

Director, Church Extension, Division of 

National Missions fKarl B. Tooke 6 

Executive Director, Fort Worth Area Council 

of Churches *J. Woodrow Heam 2 

Executive Secretary, Santa Monica Bay Council of Churches, 

Santa Monica, California -r- Maurice D. Fulkerson 4 

Science Librarian, University of Oklahoma fTorbert H. Milby, Jr. 6 

Interne, Ecumenical Institute, Chicago fjohn F. Baringer 2 

Interne, Ecumenical Institute, Chicago f George R. Holcombe 2 



With annuity fWith annuity on institution -r- Without annuity 



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SUPERNUMERARY 
James S. Jones 3 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS 
SABBATICAL LEAVE 

Karl D. Wood 

Stephen F. Wendt 

Ladell J. Futch 

WESLEY FOUNDATION DIRECTORS 

Northwestern State College Robert L. Tatum 9 

Louisiana State University Delton J. Pickering 7 

Southeastern Louisiana College Brady B. Forman 2 

University of Southwestern Louisiana Wayne Reece Smith 2 

McNeese State College Joseph R. Thomas 3 

Northeast State College Roy Brown Nash 3 

Tulane-Newcomb Howard L. Daughenbaugh, Jr. 10 

Louisiana Polytechnic Institute William M. Stokes, Jr. 11 

(All Wesley Foundation Directors with annuity) 



MILITARY CHAPLAINS 

U. S. Air Force Oakley E. Edwards 13 

U. S. Air Force Lucien E. Larche, Jr. 12 

U. S. Army Howard D. Ellzey 11 

U. S. Army Forest N. Blount 6 

U. S. Army P au l G. Durbin 6 

U. S. Navy James E. Reaves 26 

U. S. Navy William G. Willson 10 

Veterans Administration Hospital, 

Brooklyn, New York Thomas M. Babington, III 1 

(All Military Chaplains without annuity) 



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HOSPITAL CHAPLAINS 

Glenwood Hospital, West Monroe *Don E. Wineinger 5 

Central Louisiana State Hospital, Pineville f Roland K. Friedrich 4 

MISSIONARIES 
Korea James W. Spitzkeit 19 

DEACONESSES 

Sager-Brown School, Baldwin Barbara Boultinghouse 

Sager-Brown School, Baldwin Judith Doyle 

First Methodist Church, Alexandria Norma Garlington 

Methodist Home-Hospital, New Orleans Evelyn Murphree 

Methodist Home-Hospital, New Orleans Margaret Field 

*With annuity fWith annuity on institution -^ Without annuity 

ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT 

District Superintendent John F. Kilpatrick 3 

Alexandria, First Ben R. Oliphint 3 

Associate Gilbert H. Wade, Jr. 1 

Horseshoe Drive Louis M. Coppage, Jr. 6 

Trinity Byrl J. Moreland 6 

Wesley-St. Paul (J. C. Zerangue, Sr.) 2 

Alexandria Greater Circuit 

Lewis Chapel-Melder (Henry O. Pinckard) 3 

Liberty Chapel C. J. T. Cotten RS 1 

Pleasant Grove (Barney Durand) 3 

Ball-Clear Creek-Springhill (Finas P. Corie) 1 

Boyce-Seiper-Lahey Chapel Robert D. Meyers 1 

Bunkie-White's Chapel Eskel L. Tatum 3 

Colfax-Hollins Chapel Lars L. Broadus 1 

Elizabeth-Hopewell D. R. Deen 4 

Evergreen-Simmesport __'_ (Alvin S. Mayo) 2 

Glenmora-Forest Hill-Fellowship Edwin H. House, Jr. 1 



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Jena-Belah Edwin I B^rksdale 5 

Jonesville S - B ' Dam P ier 2 

Lecompte-Bayou Chicot-Cheneyville Robert I. Galatas 5 

Marksville-Oak Grove Sam S. Holladay 4 

Marthaville-Beulah-Robeline (Jerry McLauren, St. S) 1 

Montgomery-Campti Henry E. Pickett 1 

Mt. Zion-Atlanta (Fred W. Campbell) 1 

Natchitoches, College Avenue-Provencal-Weaver Walter C. Worthy 2 

First Jolly B. Harper 4 

Oak Grove-Davis Springs - (Elmer I. Malone) 1 

Oakdale-Pine Prairie William F. Howell 2 

Olla-Tullos Geor S e F - Sherman, Jr. 2 

Palestine-Bethel C. Richard Hoffpaiur 6 

Pineville, First Wilson L. Watson 1 

Pollock-Selma-Bentley Lillard R. Bevill 3 

Trout-Eden-Urania J- Vernon Fairle y 2 

Winnfield-Couley Richard E " Walton 2 

District Director, General Church School Work Ben R. Oliphint 

District Director, Young Adult Work Lars L. Broadus 

District Director, Youth Work Robert Dale Meyers 

District Director, Camping Eskel L. Tatum 

District Director, Christian Vocations Richard E. Walton 

District Director, Evangelism Louis M. Coppage, Jr. 

District Director, The Louisiana Methodist William F. Howell 

District Missionary Secretary Wilson L. Watson 

District Secretary, Christian Social Concerns Jolly B. Harper 

District Secretary, Town and Country Work George H. Sherman, Jr. 

District Secretary, Worship Edwin J. Barksdale 

BATON ROUGE DISTRICT 

District Superintendent ----- Bentle y Sloane 5 

Amite William C. Blakely 2 



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Angie-Varnado .. (M _ L ^ 4 

Baker Albert A ^^ 3 

Baton Rouge, Asbury Ray Rolon Spffler l 

Broadmoor H Barry fiailey g 

Associate _ Kenneth D. Norton 1 

First Dana Dawson5 j r 14 

Associate H Warren Blakeman 4 

Associate ... M c Cady 2 

Ingleside .. Harvey q Williamson 8 

Istrouma ... Marvin R Corley 3 

Jefferson .. Robert R Windsor 3 

North Baton Rouge Beverly E Bond 3 

St. John's Harold L price 3 

St. Luke's-Port Allen Walter L . Baker 4 

St. Paul Glendon R. Messer 2 

William B. Reily Memorial University J ac k Cooke 2 

Associate Charles B. Humphreys 3 

Winboume Thomas M Lancaster 6 

Bethel Marvin R. McFarland 2 

Blackwater Hugh L . Baker 4 

Bluff Creek : (Harold Babin) 3 

Bogalusa Cleburne W. Quaid 2 

Carpenter's Chapel ( Leroy Hoover) 2 

Clinton-Clear Creek W> Carl Barham 5 

Concord-New Hope (Ellis Bankston) 5 

Deerford (James M. Wilkes) 3 

Days-Center-Darlington (John C. Bonds) 3 

Denham Springs Edward O. Pickens 1 

Donaldsonville (Marshal C. Paine) 5 

Faithful-New River-Meadows Collins D. Pinkard 2 

Fisher-Mt. Hermon (Walter L. Gilbert) 2 

Franklinton Fred W. Schwendimann 5 

Gonzales Thomas O. Crosby, Jr. 2 

Grand River (John Oldham) 2 

Greensburg- Wesley John H. Casey 6 



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Hammond, First Alfred M. Brown 2 

Associate Jack S. Singleton 2 

Jackson-Ethel John B. Shearer 15 

Kentwood Carey A. Martin 3 

Livingston-James Chapel ___1 (Ernest M. Dill) 1 

Live Oak William I. Eubanks 5 

Loranger-Cooper's Chapel T - B - S. 

Lottie-Rosedale (George J. Burlew) 3 

Magnolia-Corbin (Allen R. Reeves, Jr.) 1 

Pine Grove-Montpelier (Cecil C. Mims) 1 

Plaquemine J- Henr y Bowdon, Jr. 5 

Ponchatoula J ack S - Winegeart 3 

St. Francisville-Tunica Theodore J. Smith 3 

Slaughter-New Roads (Halley s Comet Howell) 1 

Springfield-Huffs Chapel-Maurepas (John W. Sayes) 5 

Tangipahoa-Pine Ridge John F. Kellogg 1 

Tickfaw-Independence (Charles E. Brister, St. S) 2 

Walker-Mangum-Friendship Paul W. Carter 2 

Wesley-Lee's Landing (Carl L. Lipe) 2 

Zachary Bob L " Lawt0n 3 

Student, Perkins School of Theology Michael Edward Kirby 

Student, Graduate School, Vanderbilt University _ William Russell Pregeant 

Student, Perkins School of Theology Edwin E. Sylvest, Jr. 

Student, Pacific School of Religion Robert M. Collie 

Student, Mississippi State University George M. Hess 

Chaplain, Greenwell Springs Hospital - Marvin R. McFarland 

Chaplain, Angola State Penitentiary -- Theodore J. Smith 

District Director, Adult Work M - C - Cad y 

District Director, Camping J- Henry Bowdon, Jr. 

District Director, Christian Vocations Harold L. Price 

District Director, Evangelism Jack S. Winegeart 

District Director, The Louisiana Methodist John H. Casey 



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District Secretary, Christian Social Concerns Alfred M. Brown 

District Secretary, Town and Country Work Carey A. Martin 

District Secretary, Worship Charles B. Humphreys 

District Missionary Secretary Harvey G. Williamson 

District Director, Methodist Information M. C. Cady 

LAFAYETTE DISTRICT 

District Superintendent j. H enry Bowdon, Sr. 2 

Abbeville-Pecan Island Tracy R Arnold 5 

Bayou Vista TBS 

Berwick j c WaUa(Je g 

Church Point-Pitreville Frank C Lankford 2 

Crowley, First w D . Boddie 8 

Wesley (Etienne Brouillette) 2 

Ebenezer .. R R B ranton RS 2 

Franklin c R McCammon 2 

Golden Meadow-Grand Isle I ra M. Robinson 1 

Houma, First A> j erome Cain 2 

Houma Heights-Lagrange Memorial-Dulac ...... William Spiller Milton 1 

Indian Bayou-Kaplan Tommy Ray Bergeron 2 

Iota-Maxie (j. Reed Hoffpauir) 1 

Jeanerette-Lydia- Weeks Island (John D. Bell) 1 

Lafayette, Asbury . George W. Ross 2 

Davidson Memorial-Ivanhoe Roy L. Garrett 4 

First j ames L Stovall 3 

Associate Milton P. Guttierrez, II 2 

Lockport-Raceland B. Joseph Martin 3 

Melville-Palmetto Charles E. Scott 1 

Morgan City Reve l H. Allen 3 

New Iberia Duke R. Barron 2 

Opelousas Fred O. Shirley 2 

Patterson Sale T. Lilly 2 

Port Barre-Waxia-Krotz Springs (J. David Strozier) 4 



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Rayne-Branch Conrad P. Edwards 3 

Thibodaux-Vacherie-Gibson Lael S. Jones 1 

Student, Florida State University _. Robert S. Barefield 

Chaplain, Houma Hospitals William Spiller Milton 

Chaplain, Lafayette Hospitals Roy L. Garrett 

Chaplain, Crowley Old Folks Homes Frank Lankford 

District Director, General Church School Work Duke R. Barron 

District Director, Youth Work Fred O. Shirley 

District Director, Adult Work J. C. Wallace 

District Director, Young Adult Work , Lael S. Jones 

District Director, Camping Conrad P. Edwards 

District Director, Christian Vocations Tommy Ray Bergeron 

District Director, Evangelism James L. Stovall 

District Director, The Louisiana Methodist Ira A. Robinson 

District Missionary Secretary Roy L. Garrett 

District Secretary, Christian Social Concerns Reuel H. Allen 

District Secretary, Town and Country Work Sale T. Lilly 

District Secretary, Worship George W. Ross 

LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT 

District Superintendent R. Leonard Cooke 6 

Cameron-Grand Chenier Robert M. Bentley 5 

DeQuincy Garland C. Dean, Jr. 3 

DeRidder, First-Pine Grove Robert H. Jamieson 11 

Wesley-Holly Grove Arby W. Coody 3 

Elton-Basile Samuel P. Emanuel 1 

Eunice-Ville Platte Robert C. Carter 4 

Fairview-Sweet Lake Raymond M. Crofoot 3 

Gueydan ___.» William B. Shaw 2 

Iowa-Bell City-Hayes James E. Hodges 2 

Jennings Angus L. Carruth 3 

Kinder-Oberlin James W. Matthews, Jr. 1 






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Lake Arthur Lawrence L. Gilbert 2 

Lake Charles, First George W. Pomeroy 6 

Associate Hubert A. Gibbs RS 3 

Oak Park Oakley Lee 1 

St. Luke William D. Peeples 3 

Simpson Roy E. Mouser 3 

University Merlin W. Merrill 3 

Associate (Walter M. Clarke) 1 

Leesville . James E. Christie 2 

Maplewood-Hackberry William J. Reid 2 

Merryville-Broadlands James A. Knight RS 2 

Moss Bluff Rex Squyres 1 

Prospect-Hornbeck (Lewis E. Milem) 2 

Raymond Ollie L. Golson 2 

Sulphur, Henning Memorial D. W. Poole 5 

Wesley L. Deen Thompson 2 

Vinton James M. Poole 6 

Welsh Henry C. Blount, Jr. 1 

Westlake Paul C. Carroll 3 

Chaplain, Memorial Hospital, Lake Charles Oakley Lee 

Chaplain, Lake Charles Hospital William D. Peeples 

Chaplain, St. Patrick Hospital, Lake Charles L. Deen Thompson 

Chaplain, Calcasieu-Cameron Hospital, Sulphur James M. Poole 

District Director, General Church School Work Henry C. Blount 

District Director, Youth Work William D. Peeples 

District Director, Adult Work D. W. Poole 

District Director, Young Adult Work Joseph R. Thomas 

District Director, Camping Garland C. Dean 

District Director, Christian Vocations James M. Poole 

District Director, Evangelism Raymond M. Crofoot 

District Director, The Louisiana Methodist Oakley Lee 

District Missionary Secretary Angus L. Carruth 

District Secretary, Christian Social Concerns Paul C. Carroll 

District Secretary, Town and Country Work William B. Shaw 

District Secretary, Worship Robert H. Jamieson 



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MONROE DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Edward R. Haug 6 

Bartholomew-Hughes Chapel T. B. S. 

Bastrop, First Robert L. Peyton 6 

Memorial-Beekman Abe M. Conerly 5 

Bonita-Jones Kenneth K. Carithers 2 

Collinston-Bonne Idee Bonnie Ruth Holley 2 

Columbia-Hebert Joseph W. Boyd 3 

Crew Lake (James Saunders, St. S) 1 

Crowville-Baskin T. B. S. 

Delhi Ted T. Howes 4 

Epps-Floyd (A. E. Wingfield) 3 

Ferriday Jerry A. Means 5 

Gilbert-Boeuf Prairie Heaton B. Crammer 2 

Grayson-Kelly . (Joseph A. Way) 1 

Kilbourne-Locust Grove (Rose P. Carithers) 2 

Lake Providence Ned L. Stout 4 

Little Creek-Union (Sam A. Hargrove) 3 

Mangham (Hugh G. Dunn, Jr.) 2 

Mer Rouge Charles H. Giessen 1 

Monroe, First George W. Harbuck 6 

Gordon Avenue (Louis F. Roos, St. S) 2 

Memorial Ira W. Flowers 3 

St. Mark's James O. Evans 7 

St. Paul's Fred S. Flurry 3 

Southside Lea Joyner 16 

Stone Avenue : Nicholas D. Pearce 2 

Newellton Richard R. Meek 2 

Oak Grove Robert R. Miller 1 

Oak Ridge (James B. McCann) 2 

Pioneer-Forest T. B. S. 

Rayville-Holly Ridge . Alton A. McKnight 2 

St. Andrew's Minns S. Robertson 3 

St. Joseph-Wesley Wallace P. Blackwood 5 



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Sicily Island-Harrisonburg Luther W. Taylor 5 

Tallulah Clark W. Bell 5 

Vidalia W. Odell Simmons 3 

Waterproof-Clayton William T. Hall, Jr. 1 

West Monroe, Brownville Isaac A. Patton 3 

Claiborne-Wilhite Elias W. Sandel 2 

First Kenneth G. McDowell 4 

McGuire Alvin P. Smith 3 

Walnut Grove William H. Carroll RS 2 

Winnsboro Douglas T. Williams 2 

Wisner J onn R- J onns 2 

Woodlawn-Luna (Cloward K. Brooks) 2 

Student, New College, University of London, 

England George C. Purvis, Jr. 

Student, Saint Paul School of Theology Methodist Frank M. Jones 

Chaplain, St. Francis Hospital James O. Evans 

Chaplain, Conway Memorial Hospital (James C. Saunders) 

District Director, General Church School Work Fred S. Flurry 

District Director, Youth Work James O. Evans 

District Director, Camping Ted T. Howes 

District Director, Christian Vocations Ira W. Flowers 

District Director, Evangelism Lea Joyner 

District Director, The Louisiana Methodist Alton A. McKnight 

District Missionary Secretary Joseph W. Boyd 

District Secretary, Christian Social Concerns Robert L. Peyton 

District Secretary, Town and Country Work Wallace P. Blackwood 

District Secretary, Worship Minns S. Robertson 

NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Carl F. Lueg, Sr. 6 

New Orleans, Algiers J- R McKeithen 3 

Aurora L- R ^ Branton 6 

Belle Chasse James Ryan Horton, Jr. 1 



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Carrollton James T. Harris 2 

Elysian Fields : Daniel W. Tohline 2 

First Clyde S. Clark 6 

Associate Joseph E. Fogle 2 

Gentilly William F. Mayo 3 

Gretna J. Taylor Wall 5 

Inner City 

Felicity-Spanish Speaking Work (Robert C. Eaker) 2 

St. Mark's John Wesley Rupert D. Coles 3 

Second-Terrytown Larry D. Robertson 2 

Jefferson Donald J. Hall 3 

Kenner W. Spencer Wren 4 

Lake Vista - Clyde C. Frazier, Jr. 17 

Metairie John Calvin Coker 1 

Munholland Memorial A. W. Townsend, Jr. 8 

Associate Q. C. Roberts, Jr. 6 

Napoleon Avenue Don W. Alverson 12 

Parker Memorial Albert S. Hurley 1 

Rayne Memorial Benedict A. Galloway 6 

Associate Ronald G. Ramke 3 

Associate (Henry W. Dorsey) 2 

St. Andrew's Robert L. Potter 10 

St. Bernard George D. York 2 

St. Claude Heights-Hope Chapel Grayson B. Watson 3 

St. James (Harold B. Bordages) 2 

St. John's (James Rosemergy) 2 

St. Luke's James P. Woodland 6 

St. Matthew's Luther L. Booth 2 

Associate James W. Jones 3 

St. Paul's Charles S. Walker 1 

Covington William R. Irving 4 

Fitzgerald-Waldheim (James E. Constable) 4 

Lacombe-St. Tammany - (Henry G. Ensenat) 9 

Luling Lloyd A. Foreman 3 

Lutcher-LaPlace George A. Duerson 1 

Pearl River-Talisheek William M. Jacocks 2 

Slidell Kirby A - Vining 2 

Sun-Bush T. B. S. 

Trinity-Asbury - Frederick A. Mead 6 



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Student, Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville .... Warren L. Levingston 

Chaplain, Charity Hospital Larry D. Robertson 

Chaplain, Southern Baptist Hospital Don W. Alverson 

Chaplain, Touro Infirmary (Robert C. Eaker) 

Chaplain, Ochsner Foundation Hospital Donald J. Hall 

District Director, General Church School Work Q. C. Roberts, Jr. 

District Director, Youth Work James W. Jones 

District Director, Young Adult Work Joseph E. Fogle 

District Director, Adult Work Ronald G. Ramke 

District Director, Evangelism Clyde C. Frazier, Jr. 

District Director, The Louisiana Methodist Don W. Alverson 

District Director, Public Relations William F. Mayo 

District Director, Camping Robert L. Potter 

District Director, Christian Vocations James T. Harris 

District Missionary Secretary L. Ray Branton 

District Secretary, Christian Social Concerns J. P. Woodland 

District Secretary, Town and Country Work William R. Irving 

District Secretary, Worship Grayson B. Watson 

RUSTON DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Henry A. Rickey 5 

Ansley William M. Stokes, Jr. 8 

Arcadia-Mt. Mariah John H. Sewell 3 

Athens-Bethel-Cross Roads T. B. S. 

Bernice-Alabama-Beech Grove Byrd Lee Terry 3 

Bienville-Mill Creek-Strange T. B. S. 

Calhoun-Beulah-Indian Village (Oliver C. Thomas, St. S) 2 

Castor R. H. Staples RS 5 

Center Point James T. Garrett RS 11 

Chatham-Mt. Pleasant-Zoar Calvin O. Lapuyade 3 

Choudrant-Douglas Harry A. Harrington, Jr. 1 



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Clay V. L. Westbrook RS 1 

Cotton Valley-Sarepta Terral T. Lowe 2 

Dodson-New Hope (W. R. Akin) 3 

Downsville-Bethel-Mt. Nebo Joe W. McClain 1 

Doyline-Mclntyre (Harold W. Longfellow) 4 

Dubach-Hilly William M. Finnin 4 

Eros (John Roddy Taylor, St. S) 3 

Farmerville John D. Corley 6 

Gibsland-Oak Grove William J. Butts, Jr. 1 

Harmony Chapel-Lisbon- Arizona C. Ed Henkel 4 

Haynesville-Colquitt A. G. Taylor 5 

Heflin-Brushwood (M. Paul Cassels) 2 

Hodge Dell S. Durand, Jr. 2 

Homer- Wesley Chapel - James J. Caraway 4 

Jonesboro G. Eldred Blakely 3 

Marion-Bird's Chapel (George A. McVay) 4 

Minden, First - Edward R. Thomas 3 

Lakeview-Pleasant Valley W. O. Lynch, Jr. 2 

Pine Grove, Bethlehem, Evergreen John M. Lee 5 

Quitman Tillman A. Brown 5 

Ringgold-Grand Bayou-Rocky Mount Alfred D. St. Amant, Jr. 1 

Ruston, Grace-Wesley Chapel George W. Harkins 1 

Third (R- Roy Grant) 1 

Trinity Douglas L. MeGuire 8 

Associate Otis W. Spinks RS 2 

Ruston Greater Circuit, Antioch-Frantom Chapel B. Paul Durbin RS 1 

Concord R- H. Hearn RS 4 

Sanders Chapel T. B. S. 

Siloam Springs T. B. S. 

Shongaloo-Whitehall Joe H. Robinson 1 

Sibley (Lionel J. Marcel) 2 

Simsboro-Salem-Antioch (Jimmie D. Pyles, St. S) 2 

Springhill Loyd E. Williams 3 

Summerfield J- E. Hearn 5 



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Student, Yale University Frederic R. Kellogg 

District Director, General Church School Work Dell S. Durand, Jr. 

District Director, youth Work W. O. Lynch, Jr. 

District Director, Adult Work John H. Sewell 

District Director, Camping Terral T. Lowe 

District Director, Christian Vocations William M. Finnin 

District Director, Evangelism Loyd E. Williams 

District Director, The Louisiana Methodist James J. Caraway 

District Missionary Secretary Joe W. McClain 

District Secretary, Christian Social Concerns Byrd Lee Terry 

District Secretary, Town and Country Work Calvin O. Lapuyade 

District Secretary, Worship William J. Butts, Jr. 

SHREVEPORT DISTRICT 

District Superintendent George F. Pearce, Jr. 4 

Belcher-Gilliam Robert A. Shirley 2 

Benton Leon C. Scott 4 

Bethany T. B. S. 

Bethel (Mrs. Allen R. Reeves, Sr.) 1 

Blanchard-Rodessa Frank M. Stage, Jr. 2 

Bossier City, Barksdale (William G. Stegall) 1 

Curtis Park-Love Chapel r George B. Cunningham 2 

First William P. Fraser 4 

Coushatta L. Gray Wilson 2 

Cross Roads - (Kenneth E. Griffith) 4 

Ellerbe Road : - (Thomas A. Wilson) 3 

Grand Cane T. B. S. 

Greenwood Clarence B. Krumnow 2 

Haughton James H. Humphreys 1 

Hall Summit- Wesley Chapel T. B. S. 

Holly Springs (Floyd A. McCarty) 2 

Hosston-Ida Harold B. McClung 2 



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Keatchie W. R. Wendt RS 3 

Logansport Woodrow W. Bevill 1 

Mansfield Robert W. Bengtson 4 

Many . James C. Skinner 1 

Mooringsport Edwin A. Keasler 5 

Oil City Floyd M. Durham 3 

Pelican-Mitchell (Terry C. Willis, St. S) 3 

Pleasant Hill-Bayou Scie-Converse (Reuben M. Harrell, St. S) 2 

Plain Dealing- Walker's Chapel Ira A. Love 1 

Shiloh (James A. Trickett) 2 

Stonewall-Keithville-Longstreet (Allen R. Reeves, Sr.) 1 

Vivian Stone W. Caraway 3 

Zwolle-Noble (Hal P. Cansler) 1 

Shreveport, Broadmoor Robert B. Crichlow 4 

Associate James L. Beasley 1 

Caddo Heights Lonnie M. Sibley 5 

Cedar Grove John M. Winn, Jr. 2 

Christ Church Oscar E. Cloyd 6 

First D. L. Dykes 14 

Associate William M. McCutcheon 1 

Associate August E. Aamodt 5 

Associate P. M. Caraway RS 4 

Lake view William E. Nolan 1 

Mangum W. Ralph Cain 3 

Morningside M. David Felder 2 

Noel Sam Nader 6 

Associate - William V. Sirman 1 

North Highlands Donald M. Risinger 1 

Summer Grove James L. Adams 2 

St. Luke's Arthur M. Baker 5 

Trinity (William L. Proctor) 1 

Wesley Edgar C. Dufresne 3 

Wynn Memorial Robert E. Carter 1 

Student, Perkins School of Theology Willis William Dear 

Student, Perkins School of Theology Jesse Lafayette Means, Jr. 

Student, Perkins School of Theology William A. Rowell, Jr. 



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Student, Perkins School of Theology James Franklin Babcock 

Student, Perkins School of Theology John Hurst Chadwick 

Student, The Divinity School, Duke University Roger Dick Johns 

Student, The Divinity School, Duke University C. Randal James 

Student, The Divinity School, Duke University Rex Benjamin Wilkes 

Student, Candler School of Theology John Edwin Dilworth 

Student, Candler School of Theology David Robert Dykes 

Chaplain, Veterans Hospital and Confederate 

Memorial Hospital Floyd M. Durham 

Chaplain, Pines Sanitorium and 

Bossier City Hospital (William L. Proctor) 

Chaplain, Doctors Hospital and 

Physicians & Surgeons Hospital Lonnie M. Sibley 

Chaplain, Highland and Willis-Knighton Hospitals M. David Felder 

Chaplain, Gowen and Gilmer Hospitals (William G. Stegall) 

District Director, General Church School Work Donald M. Risinger 

District Director, Youth Work William E. Nolan 

District Director, Camping George B. Cunningham 

District Director, Adult Work William P. Fraser 

District Director, The Louisiana Methodist Harold B. McClung 

District Director, Evangelism Lonnie M. Sibley 

District Missionary Secretary Leon C. Scott 

District Secretary, Christian Social Concerns Oscar E. Cloyd 

District Secretary, Town and Country Work Clarence B. Krumnow 

MISSIONARIES 

Louisiana is the home conference, home state, or birth place of the 
missionary whose name is underscored. 

Rev. and Mrs. Donald E. Barnes, 609 E. 73rd Street, Kansas City, 
Missouri 64131, (Chile). 

Mrs. Lloyd Dewey, (on furlough), 2922 N. Simpson, St. Paul, Min- 
nesota 55113, (Rhodesia). 



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Mr. and Mrs. Hall Duncan, P. O. Box 876, Germiston, Transvaal, Repub- 
lic of South Africa, (South Africa). (Mr. Duncan will be in the States in 
April, 1967). 

Mrs. Duncan returned to States in Dec. Her address: Mrs. Hall Duncan, 
c/o Dr. D. L. Sherk, Rural Route 2, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Dr. and Mrs. James R. McClendon (On furlough), P. O. Box 1055 Legion 
Branch, Kerrville, Texas 78028 (Until June, 1967), (India). 

Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Townsley, 4 Battery Lane, Delhi 6, India. 

The following couple is on leave of absence: 

Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Cady, 6011 Pallard Parkway, Baton Rouge, Louisi- 
ana 70808, (Brazil). 

Miss Elma Ashby, (R.N.), Nyadiri Mission, P. B. 636 E., Salisbury, 
Rhodesia. 

Mr. and Mrs. Patterson Benner, No. 1, 116, 6 Chome, Aoyama Minami- 
cho Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan. 

Miss Doretha Brown, College of West Africa, Monrovia, Liberia. 

Miss Margaret Wade Campbell, 16 de Septiembre 6-703, Mexico 1, D. F., 
Mexico. 

Dr. Vela Cleveland, c/o Ellen T. Cowen Memorial Hospital, Kolar, 
Mysore State, India. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes, 16 Pandit Pant, Marg, New Delhi, 1, India. 
(Until March, 1967). 

Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Ray Holt, Aduas, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija, 
Philippines. 

Rev. and Mrs. David Lowry, Casilla 69, Neuva Imperial, Chile. (Until 
Spring, 1967). 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Pleimann, (On furlough), Box 22611, University 
Station, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803, (Congo). 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Small, c/o Mrs. T. O. Richardson, 3058 Ozark St., 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70805, (Malaysia). 

Rev. and Mrs. James W. Spitzkeit, P. O. Box 16, Taejon, Korea. 

Rev. and Mrs. Carlos A. Welch, (On furlough), 5610 H. M. C. St., Apt. 10, 
Houston, Texas 77021, (India). 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams, Casilla 1409, La Paz, Bolivia. 

Miss Carol Wood, (Short Term), Methodist Mission, Intl. P. O. Box 1182, 
Seoul, Korea. 

Mr. Lloyd Dewey, (Has returned to Rhodesia), Mutambara Methodist 
Center, P. O. Mutambara, Rhodesia. 






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REPORTS 

AREA COUNCIL 

The Area Office is the servant of the Annual Conference. The purposes 
of the office as set forth in the Constitution are: 

1. To correlate and promote the program of the boards, commissions, 
committees, and other agencies; 

2. To serve the Annual Conference as the Commission on Promotion 
and Cultivation as required by The Discipline; 

3. To correlate and promote in the Annual Conference the Quadrennial 
and other emphases as ordered by the General Conference; 

4. To correlate and promote any special Conference-wide program or 
emphases ordered by the Annual Conference; 

5. To provide staff leadership and services for the conference boards, 
commissions, committees, and other agencies. 

We in the Area Office want to be of service to every agency in the Annual 
Conference. We ask that you call on us and let us help you when we can. 

I am finishing my first year as director of the Louisiana Area Council. 
We have tried to build upon the foundation laid by my predecessor, Dr. J. 
Henry Bowdon. This report is for the entire Area Council staff as well as 
for myself. I want to express appreciation to the staff members, K. G. Rorie, 
Cecil Bland, J. C. Skinner, and Georgia Daily. The details of their work will 
be included with the reports of the agencies with which each has worked 
most closely. 

Along with my duties as director, I have worked with several agencies, 
particularly the Board of Christian Social Concerns and the Commission on 
World Service and Finance. 

One of the responsibilities of the Council is to serve as the Conference 
Commission on Promotion and Cultivation, and the director is the executive 
officer of this commission. Reverend J. E. Hearn, Conference Treasurer, 
has furnished monthly financial statements which we have printed and dis- 
tributed to the Bishop, District Superintendents, members of the World Service 
Commission and others. 

It is not the responsibility of the Area Office to initiate programs. It is 
our responsibility to coordinate and promote the Conference program as 
adopted by the Program Committee upon recommendation of the boards, 
commissions, committees and agencies of the Conference. The members of 
the Cabinet compose the Program Committee of the Council. This is the 
first year under this plan, and I believe it is working out well for the Council 
and the Conference. At the session of the Annual Conference, the program 
for the ensuing year is presented for consideration and adoption by the An- 
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During this year, we have launched a monthly publication, SADDLE- 
BAGS. The mailing list includes the ministers, lay leaders, Official Board 
Chairmen, and others. The purpose of the paper is to keep the Conference 
program before us. 

Another innovation this year was the Convocation of Boards held in 
February. The Program Committee is recommending this be continued an- 
other year with some changes in the schedule. 

The Area Council has worked within the bounds of the adopted budget. 
We realize we have not done all we could and should have done, but each 
member of the staff has done his or her best. 

In behalf of all the staff members, we wish to thank Bishop Walton, the 
District Superintendents, Dr. Jack Wilkes, Council President, the Council mem- 
bers, and the ministers and laymen of the Conference for the cooperation and 
help given us in our work. 

Luman E. Douglas, Area Director 



(The following resolution was adopted as part of the report.) 

RESOLVED: 

That each Board, Commission, Committee or Agency of the Louisiana 
Annual Conference of The Methodist Church be directed to submit in writing, 
not later than fifteen days prior to the announced date of the spring planning 
session of the Conference Program Committee, a brief summary of respective 
programs proposed for the ensuing Conference year or years and choronolog- 
ically listed applicable dates recommended, to be mailed or delivered to the 
Director, Louisiana Area Council, for assimilation and presentation to the 
Conference Program Committee; furthermore, that the Conference Program 
Committee be directed to consider all program requests and to submit, a 
recommended program for the ensuing Conference year or years to the 
Louisiana Area Council, said Council to adopt or amend as may be deemed 
necessary, and to prepare for presentation to the Annual Conference. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Report No. 1 
Centenary College of Louisiana 

The college is continuing to show many evidences of growth. The 
number of full-time students in the fall was 1103, the largest since the postwar 
period. The number of students living on campus was 580 which is by far 
the largest in history. Additions are being built for men's housing and a 
new dining room for the cafeteria. We plan to build additional women's 
housing during the coming year. 



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Also, the faculty and library have been strengthened in numbers and 
quality. 

Of primary importance at Centenary is the religious commitment of the 
college. The religious commitment of the college has never been more im- 
portant than it is today. During this period of social change and unrest, of 
international conflict, religious leaders and scholars have launched one of the 
most urgent reviews of religious truth and practice in man's history. The 
recent Vatican Council, the revival of lay theological discussion, the movement 
of die churches toward reunion, the attempts of various groups in church 
renewal, the new emphasis in the church on various forms of liturgy, the 
contemporary bitter criticism of certain aspects of church life by many 
scholars — all of these and other forces have combined to make this an exciting 
day for the church and church-related institutions. This excitement has 
reached Centenary along with most campuses. We are not alarmed by these 
trends. Indeed, we believe we have the leadership to make this a time of 
religious growth for our students and faculty. 

The examination of religious truth always creates mental and emotional 
tension. Consequently, the church college, because of its basic religious com- 
mitment and its trained faculty, is the best possible place for students to deal 
with matters of religious faith. We have complete confidence in the dedication 
and competence of our faculty to challenge our students in religious growth. 

The establishment of Sunday worship in the Brown Chapel with a large 
proportion of the campus students attending is one indication of how our 
students are responding to renewed campus interest in religion. Another has 
been in the desire of students to hear and question persons who hold various 
religious viewpoints. 

The religious commitment of the college expresses itself in many ways, 
through religious drama, music, movies, art, through chapel services and 
Sunday worship, through student religious organizations, through courses in 
the Department of Religion and Bible, through the Faculty Christian Fellow- 
ship, through all the various formal and informal means that students learn 
basic realities in the interaction of minds on a college campus. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Louisiana Conference of The Methodist Church 

The "New Day" in adult literature was introduced to the Conference 
this year. Many pastors and laymen were trained to present this to their 
districts and their local churches. The Louisiana Association of Methodist 
Educators (LAME) was formed. The Fifth National Conference on Family 
Life, at Chicago, was well attended by persons from Louisiana. The "New 
Day" will be continued with the introduction of new youth literature in 
September, 1968. 

With regular news articles sent in to the Louisiana Methodist there is no 
reason any of the preparations for the new adult literature should be unknown. 



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J. C. Skinner has directed planning and programming within the Conference 
and has spoken to many churches and groups as to this. Louisiana was one of 
the few conferences that sent detailed plans to Nashville, which plans were 
then made available to other conferences. 

Youth work has proceeded vigorously, for in contrast to the other age 
divisions of the Church School this division has increased in membership. All 
of the conference camps and workshops were well attended, with increases 
over the past year. The MYFund has been emphasized and new plans for its 
collection have been instituted. 

The executive secretary visited each district last Fall to become acquainted 
with the children's worker of that district. Vacation Church School Institutes 
have been held and a Conference-wide Workshop is planned for February 22- 
24, 1968, at Bunkie, Louisiana. 

There is a planned study of the working relationship between the Board 
of Education and the Commission on Higher Education. This should be 
extremely helpful in furnishing guidance to the problem of raising money for 
Student Work. 

Ministers and Directors of Christian Education and Ministers and Directors 
of Music have been recertified this year, along with training programs being 
held for ministers and laymen. A recreational workshop for the conference 
will be held October 20-22, 1967, at Camp Istrouma. An urgent note is here 
sounded! Your Conference Board of Education is almost wholly dependent 
on the Christian Education Sunday (Rally Day) Offering. Determine now 
that your church will raise its Rally Day Offering in full. 

It is as simple, and tragic, as the figures prove. Church School at- 
tendance and enrollment is decreasing in the Louisiana Conference. The 
Board of Education, with the Board of Evangelism, has a program to arrest 
this decline. We pray for its success. 

Your executive secretary has been "up and about" as much as time and 
finances would permit. Attendance at youth camps and conferences, rallies, 
leadership schools and visits in districts, local churches and preacher's meetings 
aided him in presenting the cause of Christian Education. 

It has been my privilege to learn of this office and to work under the 
direction of the Board of Education and of the Area Council. Especially do I 
appreciate the leadership of Bishop Walton and of Dr. Luman Douglas. 

The help and guidance of the President of the Board, Dr. Ben Oliphint, 
is especially singled out for recognition. 

J. C. Skinner 

1967-1968 

SPECIAL EMPHASIS IN CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

"New Life in the Church" 

The Board of Education and the Board of Evangelism join hands in a 
cooperate endeavor to offer an effective means to bring new life to our 



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churches through a concentrated program of church school enlistment, en- 
richment, and enrollment. 

We recommend that five special areas of emphasis be developed and 
continued in all the churches of the Louisiana Conference: 

I. Church School Enrollment: 

In discovering where we are, let us begin with perfecting our church 
school rolls. During the first three months of our conference year let 
us examine closely every class enrollment and be sure where we stand 
as we report our total enrollment. Maintain a constituency roll for each 
church school class enrolling those who have attended four times. 

II. Church School Evangelism: 

The objective of the Church School is to help persons to an awareness 
of, and growth in their understanding of God, especially His redeeming 
love in Jesus Christ, that they may respond in faith and love. The ful- 
fillment of this objective is possible only when part of that response 
is to seek ways and means of gathering persons into teaching situations 
and to provide an environment that is physically as well as spiritually 
helpful to the students' understanding and growth. 

To implement these objectives we recommend: 

A. That a program be developed under the cooperative leadership of 
the Conference Board of Education and Conference Board of 
Evangelism. 

B. That each local church be urged to develop its own program of 
Church School Evangelism under the direction of the Commissions 
on Education and Evangelism. The administration of the local 
church program could be placed under the leadership of a special 
committee composed of a few members of the two commissions. 
While each local church should develop and adopt the methods and 
plans they feel will be most fruitful for them, it is suggested that 
apart from lesson material, preparation and presentation, serious 
consideration be given to the following possibilities. 

Discovery of prospects 

Search membership rolls of church and all church organizations; conduct 
community survey; take roll of worship service; check community lists 
such as enrollments in school and public utility customers; check new 
births in community for Nursery home roll. Special effort should be 
made to locate the shut-ins for Home Membership roll. 

Visitation of Prospects 

While all Church School members should be taught and encouraged to 
visit the prospective members and delinquent members, specific com- 
mittees should be formed to have specific responsibility for visiting in 
these areas. 

Follow up every absence 

Contact immediately; preferably by personal visit from members of 
class and phone calls. 



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Attack causes of absence 

Some typical causes of absences are lack of hospitality; inadequate social 
activities; no feeling of responsibility; poor teaching; unattractive sur- 
roundings; lack of purpose. 

C. That the Annual Conference adopt a goal of 10% net increase in 
Church School membership and attendance. Progress reports should 
be made to the Conference Executive Secretary of Education by 
January 1, 1968 and April 1, 1968. 

III. Teaching the Teachers and Other Church School Leaders: 

Christian Education has the responsibility to introduce persons into the 
life and mission of the Community of Christian faith, an introduction 
that will involve the person in depth. The Bible must play a funda- 
mental role. 

The pastor of a local church should prepare himself to teach the teachers 
of the Church School. The need is not so great for techniques as it is 
for a deeper experience of the Christian faith. Each pastor has the re- 
sponsibility of providing the situations through which God can speak to 
the teachers. The pastor must "Teach the Teachers". 

Some suggested ways this can be done: 

A. A quarterly meeting of all Church School teachers and workers 
under the teaching leadership of the pastor for the purpose of 
serious study and discussion. This would mean meeting four times 
during the year with all the workers. 

Some possible areas of study under the leadership of the pastors are: 

1. The Bible 

2. The nature and history of the church 

3. The nature of the Christian Life 

4. Christian worship 

5. Christian theology 

6. Stewardship and Service 

Some possible aids for study with freedom allowed for each pastor to 
select that which best fits his situation: 

1. Special speakers 

2. Panel discussions 

3. Current theological books 

4. Audio-visual aids 

B. Another suggested way to teach the teachers would be for the 
pastor to meet once each quarter with the teachers and other leaders 
of each Division and assist them in the preparation of their lessons 
for the coming quarter, using the actual lesson plans and litera- 
ture for the coming quarter. 

In cities where it is possible for teachers of several churches to 
meet together more often, a weekly or monthly meeting can be 



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arranged with proper leadership and the lesson for the following 
period could be discussed and adequate preparation made. 

IV. The Small Study Groups: 

Many churches have discovered the value of small groups meeting on 
Sunday or at other times to study and discuss the Bible or other Christian 
books under competent leadership. Such groups usually meet for longer 
periods of time than a Sunday School class. The groups are also small 
in size, so that each member of the group can participate in the discus- 
sion. The members of the groups are usually persons who are interested 
in a detailed study and are willing to devote extra time in preparation 
for the study group. 

Our goal is to organize at least one of these adult study groups in each 
charge during this year. The organization and enrollment of this group 
should be reported in our progress report to the Executive Secretary. 

V. Adult Sunday School Classes: 

Large numbers of our adults in Sunday School classes can be involved 
in Christian study at a deeper level. Many churches have begun en- 
riched programs for adults. We recommend that these programs be 
continued and enlarged. 

While we appreciate much of the work that is being accomplished in 
adult Sunday School classes, more serious study must be attempted. 
Many thoughtful people are not attending our Sunday School classes 
because of the shallowness of the teaching. The Sunday School class 
should devote itself wholeheartedly to two areas: 

1. Serious Study 

2. Christian Fellowship 

Worship is the rightful function of the service of worship in the sanctuary 
and every student must be encouraged to share fellowship and study in 
the Sunday School class, and Christian worship in the sanctuary. All 
available time should be devoted in the Sunday School class to fellow- 
ship and serious study. 

We recommend that each local church through the Commission on 
Education, review carefully its adult classes, with the aim of providing 
opportunities for more serious study. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Goals and Recommendations 

That each church in the Conference observe Christian Education Sunday 
with an offering. 

A renewed effort to increase enrollment in Church School; to carry on 
local church leadership training, and to prepare for and hold city-wide, sub- 



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district, or even district leadership training schools in every district. Renewal 
of certification, where courses have changed, and new certification for more 
leaders in local churches. 

Press for One Dollar per Member for Student Work. 



BOARD OF EVANGELISM 

Your Board of Evangelism wishes to express appreciation for the fine 
leadership given to the conference program of evangelism this last year in 
each of the Districts by the District Superintendents and District Secretaries of 
Evangelism. We have been receiving very good reports concerning the re- 
sults of the program. 

During this coming year, we enter the fourth phase of the quadrennial 
program which we presented to the Annual Conference at the beginning of 
this quadrennium. You will remember that the first phase was called "A Holy 
Season of Love". In this phase, we endeavored to strengthen the ties of love 
and fellowship among the members of each local congregation. Materials 
for this program have been used each year since that time by some of our 
churches. They are still available at the Area Office. 

The second phase was called "A Mission to Members". In this phase we 
sought to reactivate inactive members. Some have worked a continuation of 
this program with the visitation evangelism program for new members this 
year. 

The third phase was called "Our Business Is People". In this we have 
attempted to stir entire congregations to realize that the mission of every 
Christian is to work and pray that Christ's will be done on earth as it is in 
heaven. And that the great commission to go and make disciples of all 
people was given not only to the early Christians, but to us also. 

The fourth phase which we have proposed for this year is that of 
simultaneous revivals with an exchange of ministers within the conference. 
We have two purposes in proposing this phase. One is that we believe that 
it will make it possible for every church to have a preaching mission during 
the year. We are asking that every minister give his time for one week be- 
ginning on a Sunday night and extending through Friday night with the 
local churches having to pay only for his travel and entertainment. Thus, 
even the smallest church would be able to afford to have a revival. Secondly, 
we believe that there is an advantage in all of the churches of a given area 
having special meetings at the same time. Publicity will be easier and the 
fact that we are doing something together makes us work with greater 
enthusiasm. 

We propose that these revivals be held simultaneously in two districts 
at a time. And that the Ruston and Shreveport Districts and the Monroe and 
Alexandria Districts be paired together for revivals in the fall. And that the 
Lake Charles and Lafayette Districts and the New Orleans and Baton Rouge 
Districts be paired together for revivals in the spring. Each minister and local 



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Commission on Membership and Evangelism will select the minister for their 
revival from among the ministers of other Districts who are not having their 
meetings at the time. If there are churches who have arranged for their week 
of preaching, we would expect them to carry out their plans as they have 
originally set them. Or if there are churches who would like to bring in 
ministers from outside of the conference, this would be up to the Minister and 
local Congregation. We propose that each District set up a Committee work- 
ing under the leadership of the District Superintendent within the first month 
after the Annual Conference to coordinate the revival program within the 
district. Revival dates set by the Conference Program Committee are as 
follows: 

Alexandria and Monroe Districts — October 8-13, 1967 

Ruston and Shreveport Districts — November 5-10, 1967 

Lafayette and Lake Charles Districts — February 25-March 1, 1968 

Baton Rouge and New Orleans Districts — March 24-29, 1968 

It is strongly urged that every pastor in the Louisiana Conference give 
special consideration to the recommended simultaneous revival dates for his 
district and plan to hold services in at least one church in his care; that each 
pastor prepare a prospect list and plan a diligent visitation of these persons; 
that evening services be the basic plan, and that additional services or activi- 
ties be planned only after consultation with the visiting minister; that each 
pastor be required to make a report of revival activity in his church to the 
district superintendent, naming the evangelist, the dates of his services, the 
number of services conducted and the attendance at each, offerings received, 
and members receivd by profession of faith, transfer or reinstatement; and 
that no honorarium be paid to or gifts accepted by a visiting minister, except 
that expenses of seven cents per mile traveled and necessary entertainment 
shall be provided by the host church. 

The Spiritual Life Retreat for ministers will be held this year on 
September 19 and 20 with Dr. lordan Grooms of the Polk Street Methodist 
Church in Amarillo, Texas as speaker. 

There will be an Evangelism Seminar at Camp Istrouma on January 16 
and 17. The purpose of this seminar is to give help to any minister who 
would like to strengthen the program of Evangelism in his local Church. 

We wish to call your attention to the display of materials from the 
General Board of Evangelism in the Student Union Building. We urge each 
local church to make the books from Tidings available to their congregations. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Merlin W. Merrill 



BOARD OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL CONCERNS 

The Board held meetings in Alexandria, Louisiana, on November 1, 1966, 
and February 23-24, 1967. 



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The Basic Question of the cooperative social action program for the 
Board for the third year of the quadrennium is: "How should the church 
relate to government?" The Selected Issues for Projects and Actions were 
Public Policy on Education and Mental Health. The Joint Study proposed 
was "Evangelical Faith and Pluralistic Society (Church - State Study)". 



Division of Peace and World Order 

The Division of Peace and World Order makes the following recom- 
mendations: 

1. That each local church observe World Order Sunday, October 22. 

2. That the afternoon of World Order Sunday be observed as a Day for 
Prayer for Peace; churches are urged to remain open, with literature 
concerning World understanding available, that members may express 
their concern for world order through meditation and prayer. 

3. That in each local church or district studies be undertaken concerning 
some aspect of world order. The following topics are suggested: 

a. China: It's Past and Present. 

b. Vietnam: What is the Christian Attitude? 

c. Causes of world unrest; strategies for world peace. 

d. India's Place Among the World Nation. 

Division of Human Relations and Economic Affairs 

The Division recommends the following for 1967-68: 

(1) That a Family Life Conference be held; that all the boards of the 
conference who are interested be involved; that the Area Council appoint 
an inter-board committee to implement this conference. 

The Division suggests that the conference be held the last weekend in 
April, 1968, and that the program format and attendance plans follow that of 
the National Family Life Conference of 1966. 

(2) Since concern of human rights is basic to the development of a better 
and more peaceful order among nations, the Division calls attention to the 
fact that 1968 is the 20th anniversary of the Covenants on the Universal 
Declaration of Human Rights; that 1968 has been designated by the U.N. as 
"International Human Rights Year." 

Since the United States is one of only 12 nations that has not ratified the 
covenants, we recommend the Congress of the United States take steps to do 
so. 

(3) The Division recommends that the Journal of the Annual Conference 
include the names and addresses of the pastors of the Louisiana Conference, 
Central Jurisdiction. 

(4) The Division includes in this report information concerning some 
effective work in the area of race relations that has been done by Methodists 
in Louisiana, with the hope that these plans will give guidance to other groups. 



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a. A Methodist Church made the educational building available for a 
pre-school Head Start program. The students and teachers were on 
an integrated basis. 

b. An Annual Inter-Jurisdictional Youth Rally was sponsored by lay 
leaders and others with speakers from the Central Jurisdiction and 
the South Central Jurisdiction. 

c. Some district superintendents of both jurisdictions meet together 
and have worked co-operatively in planning and conducting meetings. 

d. One laboratory and training school had over 20 participants from the 
Central Jurisdiction. 

e. One district has had several meetings of laymen and ministers from 
both jurisdictions. 

f. A Poverty Seminar held by a Central Jurisdiction church had a small 
group attend from the South Central Jurisdiction. 

Division of Alcohol and General Welfare 

The Division makes the following recommendations: 

1. That church and school groups schedule representatives of the Louisi- 
ana Moral and Civic Foundation for speaking appearances and work- 
shops whenever possible. 

2. District directors and local church commissions on Christian Social 
Concerns give consideration and study to the areas of Crime and 
Gambling in 1968, with special attention toward the influence and 
involvement of youth in these areas. 

3. Ministers' groups and the leadership of the church should engage in 
informative discussions concerning the current emphasis in our culture 
on the New Morality, so as to be in a position to give enlightened 
counsel and direction to our people in the ethical dilemmas of our 
age. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. Woodrow Hearn, Chairman 
Kenneth Rigby, Vice Chairman 
Phil Woodland, Secretary 

The Board of Christian Social Concerns asked the conference's approval 
to carry the appointments of the Louisiana Annual Conference, Central Juris- 
diction. It was approved. The appointments follow: 

APPOINTMENTS 

Central Jurisdiction — Louisiana Annual Conference 1967-68 
Bishop Noah W. Moore, Jr. 

Baton Rouge District — C. T. Wethers, District Superintendent. 
Charge Pastor 

Angie Circuit (W. R. Lafayette) 

Beech Grove Ct (Adam Franklin) 



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Bogalusa Roger J. Transpers 

Camphor Memorial Samuel W. Walker, Sr. 

Clinton Ct. (George M. Alfred) 

Denham Spring Ct. To Be Supplied 

Donaldsonville Ct. (C. L. Franklin) 

Franklinton (Cleveland Young) 

Hughes (E. L. Berry) 

Jordan Wilbert C. August, Sr. 

Lobdell E. D. Smith 

Lutcher-Whitehall (Ameal D. Ennis) 

New Roads-Lettsworth (Isaiah McCoy) 

Maringouin Ct. (Booker T. Branch) 

Melville Ct. (R. M. Harris) 

Napoleonville Ct. (Walter Barabin) 

Neely Bertrand Griffin 

Norwood Circuit (James A. Smith) 

Port Allen E. D. Smith 

St. Mark W. T. Handy, Jr. 

St. Peter-Deerford Willie H. Willis 

Springfield Ct To Be Supplied 

Wesley L. L. Haynes, Jr. 

Zachary (E. L. Berry) 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS 

District Secretary of Evangelism L, L. Haynes, Jr. 

District Secretary of Missions Samuel W. Walker, Sr. 

District Secretary of Social Concerns Roger J. Transpers 

District Secretary of Town and Country W. C. August, Sr. 

District Secretary of Vocations Bertrand Griffin 

District Secretary of Stewardship W. T. Handy, Jr. 

New Iberia District - Wm. R. London, Jr., District Superintendent. 

Charge Pastor 

Alexandria: 

Newman R. S. Taylor 

Wilton H. L. Milo 

Baldwin: Trinity To Be Supplied 

Beattieville Ct. Henry Cage 

Boyce Ct. (C. H. Green) 

Bunkie Ct. To Be Supplied 

Charenton Ct. (J. M. Poledore) 

Cheney ville Ct. (A. E. Myers) 

Franklin Ct. A. D. Edwards 

Glenmora Ct. To Be Supplied 

Jeanerette Ct. (S. P. Sanford) 

Lafayette Ct. Moses T. Jackson 

Lake Charles: Warren T. E. McElroy 



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Leesville Ct. R. H. Harry 

Morgan City Ct. L. L. Streams 

Opelousas: St. Mark John L. King 

Pineville: Wesley . R. S. Taylor 

St. Martinville Ct. To Be Supplied 

St. Peter Ct. (Marshall Wesley) 

Thibodaux Ct. (Taft Bowie) 

Washington Ct. (A. L. Hines) 

Welsh Ct. Julian Barabin 

Woodlawn (L. A. Williams) 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS 

District Secretary of Evangelism R. H. Harry 

District Secretary of Missions M. T. Jackson 

District Secretary of Social Concerns J. L. King, Jr. 

District Secretary of Town and Country Henry L. Gage 

District Director of Stewardship L. L. Streams 

District Secretary of Christian Vocation Miss Rose Ann Cobb 



New Orleans District — W. S. P. Norris, District Superintendent. 

Charge Pastor 

Asbury To Be Supplied 

Bethany Edward A. Kennedy 

Brooks Robert Williams 

First Street Richard W. Calvin 

Grace O. W. Christopher 

Gretna (Bernard Smith) 

Hahnville & LaPlace (W. A. Hackett) 

Hartzell Nathaniel Williams 

Haven George W. Calvin 

Kenner Circuit H. L. Stewart 

LaHarpe N. P. Perry 

Mount Zion Robert F. Harrington 

Peck Alfred Norris 

Peoples S. G. Reed 

Phillip Memorial E. C. Slater 

Ray Ave. & Mandeville (Louis Augustine) 

Shaw (A. J. Douglas) 

Slidell Ct. (James Davidson) 

St. Matthew (T. R. Wallace) 

St. Phillip To Be Supplied 

Thompson (Eddie Carter) 

Trinity C. H. Hayes 

Wesley Max Butler 

Williams . Willie Jackson 



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SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS 

District Secretary of Evangelism O. W. Christopher 

District Secretary of Missions Alfred L. Norris 

District Secretary of Social Concerns N. P. Williams 

District Secretary of Town and Country E. C. Slater 

District Secretary of Vocations George W. C. Calvin 

District Secretary of Stewardship Robert Williams 



Shreveport District — J. C. Bibbons, District Superintendent 

Charge Pastor 

Bastrop: Mt. Olive Aldergate M. M. Goldman 

Lake Providence To Be Supplied 

Washington Ct. (Robert S. Murray) 

Campti Ct. Blackman Hall 

Cane River Ct. (J. E. Allen) 

Corinth Ct. To Be Supplied 

Keithville-Fairview-McDonald (A. L. M. Moch) 

Logansport Ct. To Be Supplied 

Mansfield Ct. Simon E. Harris 

Minden Circuit (Daniel Moore) 

Monroe: St. James Albert E. Franklin 

Monroe: St. Paul Ct. R. H. Rhyan 

Pelican Ct. Edward Sudds 

Pleasant Hill Ct. Lee C. Jennings 

Round Grove-Providence (Kenneth Fisher) 

Fairfield J. D. V. Hamilton 

Jewella (B. J. Haynes) 

Johnson Circuit (D. L. White) 

Shreveport: St. James C. J. Harrison 

St. Paul Abraham E. Davis 

Natchitoches J. W. Wilson 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS 

District Secretary of Evangelism A. E. Davis 

District Secretary of Missions J. W. Wilson 

District Secretary of Social Concerns J. D. V. Hamilton 

District Secretary of Town and Country C. J. Harrison 

District Secretary of Vocations Mrs. Ardelia Scott 

District Secretary of Stewardship J. W. Wilson 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS 

Superintendent Peoples Community Center N. P. Perry- 
Superintendent Lafon Protestant Home C. O. Greene 

Executive Secretary-Christian Education Leslie P. Norris 

Deaconess, Sager Brown School Miss Rosie Ann Cobb 



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Conference Secretary of Evangelism R. W. Calvin 

Conference Missionary Secretary Moses T. Jackson 

Conference Chairman, Christian Social Concerns N. P. Williams 



COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN VOCATIONS 

The Conference Commission on Christian Vocations has enjoyed one of 
its most successful years. The Commission has had splendid response from 
the youth and adults of our Conference. The ministry of the church has 
been presented in a new and exciting manner through Conference and District 
Convocations. 

The Conference Commission, in conjunction with many of the Boards 
and Agencies of the Conference, conducted a Vocations Convocation at Camp 
Istrouma on January 14 and 15 where there was overwhelming response. The 
Commission was delighted to work with the Boards and Agencies of the 
Conference in this endeavor, for it is felt that the area of recruitment for 
church related occupations is not confined to one group but to every group 
within the structure of the church. 

The Monroe, Ruston, and Shreveport Districts held a Tri-District Con- 
vocation on Christian Vocations on April 21 and 22 at Caney Lake. 

The files for the Commission on Christian Vocations have been worked 
diligently and faithfully by Miss LuDell Jeffers. Through her work every 
person who has shown an interest in a church related occupation has been 
contacted regarding their interest. 

The Commission is concerned with the whole range of Christian vocations 
from recruiting young men and women to fill places of service in the church 
to conserving those lives that are now engaged in church related occupations. 
It is apparent that the Louisiana Annual Conference must be equally diligent 
in maintaining a strong sense of vocational security in its ministers, as it is 
in recruiting new people. A cursory examination of the Conference Journal 
for the year 1956-1966 will show that while the number of Methodist in Lou- 
isiana has increased more than 11,000, there has been a net gain of only 7 
ministers. Since 1964 there has been a net loss of 17 ministers in the 
Conference. 

We feel that these facts warrant our attention and examination. We need 
to answer more adequately the question "Why do men leave the Conference 
for reasons other than retirement?" Toward the conservation of our present 
vocational commitments we propose that a detailed study be made by a 
special committee to be known as the "Study Committee on the Ministry for 
the Louisiana Annual Conference". 

The Commitee will be composed of the following: 

(1) Chairman of the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications 

(2) Member of the Cabinet, to be chosen by the Cabinet 

(3) Conference Lay Leader 

(4) Chairman of the Conference Commission on Christian Vocations 



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(5) Persons to be appointed by the Bishop upon recommendation by the 
Commission of Christian Vocations. 

To the committee we suggest these areas of concern. 

(1) Why men leave the ministry after having been in service for several 
years? 

(2) Why men leave the Louisiana Annual Conference for other 
conferences? 

(3) What can be done regarding the minister's disappointments, disillus- 
ionment, and dissatisfaction, and how can the minister be given more 
adequate pastoral care? 

(4) What can be done to encourage the committee to continue their 
pursuit of a church-related occupation? 

These areas of concern do not represent the full problem; therefore, we 
submit these ideas for development and expansion by the committee. 

Upon completion of the study, the Committee will report to the Cabinet, 
The Board of Ministerial Training, and Qualifications, and the Commission on 
Christian Vocations. 

Oscar E. Cloyd 

Chairman 



COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

Report No. 2 

We, your Committee on Conference Relations, recommend the following: 

1. That all conference members presently in the retired relation, be so 
continued. This group includes the following on medical retirement: 

Luther A. Bodie Clyde T. Shaw 

Morris G. Lee John F. Wilson 

One member, previously on medical retirement — Falcon L. Hearne — 
having reached age 65, is now in the regular retired relation. 

2. That James S. Jones be continued in the Supernumerary relation for 
the third year. 

3. That Ladell J. Futch be granted a sabbatical leave, at his own request, 
and Stephen Frederick Wendt, the same. 

4. That voluntary location be granted: 

R. Byron Crosby Troy B. Garrett Jack H. Tinnin 

5. That readmission to the Louisiana Conference be granted 

Heaton Busby Crammer 



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That the retired relation be granted the following: 

Meeting age requirement: William Henry Bengtson 
Theron Thomas McKisson 
Pleasant Wilkinson Sibley, 
approved supply, to be designated a 
special conference claimant (Para- 
graph 1631.2) 
Falcon L. Hearne (see under 1) 

On ground of personal disability: 

Lovice Alton Carrington 
Benjamin Paul Durbin 



Report No. 3 

We recommend that the retired relation be granted the following who 
meet the age requirement and that they be designated special conference 
claimants: 

Van Leo Westbrook, approved supply. 

Lee Grafton Shaw, approved supply. 

W. D. Boddie, Chairman 
Committee on Conference Relations 
Clark W. Bell, Secretary 



DEACONESS BOARD 

A recent brochure entitled "The Methodist Deaconess" began: "The 
OFFICE OF DEACONESS in the Methodist Church provides the opportunity 
for lay women to participate creatively as an enabler and as an agent of 
change in the mission to which God calls the Church in contemporary 
society". 

In response to the duties and privileges of this office there are deaconesses 
now serving in the Louisiana Conference in the areas of administration, teach- 
ing, social work, nursing and Christian education. These persons are in 
situations "where the action is". This year the members of the Board have 
served in personal counseling, international affair discussion, as resource per- 
sons in vocational institutes, as camp counselors, and numerous other places 
where persons are challenged to witness to the Christian gospel in action and 
work. We are fortunate to have Mrs. Charles Giessen serving as a member 
of the South Central Jurisdiction Deaconess Board. 

At the Annual Board meeting, Miss Betsy Ewing, Executive Secretary of 
the Commission on Deaconess Work, of the National Division of the General 



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Board of Missions shared with the Conference Board some ideas and decisions 
confronting the General Conference committee on the Lay Order for Methodist 
Workers. She also challenged us anew with the task of a Conference board. 

Two major changes in the by-laws governing the Louisiana Conference 
Deaconess Board were made at the meeting: 

First, in recognition of the fact that the Home Missionaries working in 
Louisiana have no tie to the Louisiana Conference, the board included them 
as full members. 

Secondly: All deaconesses of the Central Jurisdiction and the head of 
the employing agency in which they serve, in the geographical bounds of 
the South Central Jurisdiction Louisiana Conference, are full members of the 
Deaconess Board. These changes were made in consultation with the dea- 
conesses of the Central Jurisdiction and the home missionaries. 

The major concern of the Conference Board for the coming year is to 
interpret the challenge of the deaconesses relationship to the Church. The 
Board is especially anxious to work closely with the Conference Commission 
on Christian Vocations in the work they are doing. 

We are hapy to announce that at the April meeting of the Joint Com- 
mittee on Missionary Personnel, Miss Judith Mayo, a member of First Meth- 
odist Church, Lake Charles, became an accepted candidate for the deaconess 
relationship pending the completion of her educational requirements. Miss 
Mayo will enter Scarritt College this fall as a candidate for a Master's Degree 
in Christian Education. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Norma Garlington 

Chairman of Louisiana Conference 

Deaconess Board 



DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS 

We, your Committee on District Conference Records, wish to report that 
the records of the several District Conferences were before us and carefully 
examined. They are all neatly and accurately kept. 

We wish to commend the District Superintendents and the District Con- 
ference Secretaries for their faithful stewardship. 

Albert A. Collins, Chairman 
Nicholas D. Pearce, Secretary 

HOSPITALS AND HOMES 
Report of the Board 

In the concept of The Church as a "servant community" the Conference 
Board of Hospitals and Homes stands in a strategic position. The Ministry 
of Health and Welfare is one of the many avenues of service in which the 
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The paradox of the Church is that it must be both ancient and contemp- 
orary. Rooted in the truth of God that is timeless, it must make relevant 
that truth to Contemporary Man. We must at once hold to the timeless 
while making it timely. We must not only proclaim the Gospel, we must 
demonstrate it. It is increasingly needful that the Church spend more time 
on deeds and less on debate. In the New English Bible lohn is represented 
as saying "Love must not be a matter of words or talk, it must be genuine 
and show itself in action". (I lohn 3:18) 

It is not enough for us to minister through our Institutions of Health and 
Welfare, as fine as that is. We need to get the local church involved in its 
own community. 

It is hoped that every local Hospitals and Homes Steward will become 
an informed and active member of the Official Board in leading its church 
into vital participation in a wider Ministry of Service. 

Our Board will sponsor a retreat at Camp Brewer for members of the 
Pineville Colony for the mentally ill, under the guidance of Rev. Earl 
Emmerich and Rev. Roland Friedrich. 

We will sponsor a Workshop for Part-time Chaplains, to be held at 
Central Louisiana Hospital, October 17th. We cannot urge too strongly the 
participation of every Part-time Chaplain in this most important endeavor. 
We suggest that the appointment as Part-time Chaplain carry with it the 
necessity of this training. 

We hope for closer planning with the Conference Board of Christian 
Social Concerns in areas of common interest. 

We have named Rev. Kenneth McDowell as chairman of a committee to 
continue studies on the need for a home for the aging. 

We have set up a prison Chaplaincy, believing that here is a long neg- 
lected field of Christian Witness and Service. 

There were 5 from our Conference who attended the first Convocation on 
Theology and Medicine held in Rochester, Minnesota, and jointly sponsored 
by the General Boards of Hospitals and Homes and Christian Social Concerns. 
The reports from those attending attest to its exciting timeliness. 

Each church is urged to send its Hospital Steward to the Workshop at 
Mt. Sequoyah, July 21 - 23. Unless local Stewards become not only aware 
of their tasks but motivated to perform them the greatest function of the work 
of Health and Welfare will die in the borning. 

Our Board is related closely to our Conference Institutions of Health 
and Welfare. We do not supervise them, but give help and support to their 
ministry. The reports of these individual Institutions are included as a 
part of that of the Board of Hospitals and Homes. 

We have had the reports of the Administrators of the Conference Institu- 
tions before our Board and have reviewed this work for this year. Their 
individual reports follow. 

George W. Pomeroy, Chairman 
Conference Board of Hospitals 
and Homes 



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I. GLENWOOD HOSPITAL 

During the past fiscal year Glenwood Hospital admitted a total of 6,673 
patients, of which 532 were newborns. Glenwood Hospital rendered 30,584 
days of patient care to the community. 

We performed 2,338 surgical procedures. The average daily census 
for the year was 86. 

4,301 patients were seen in our emergency room, and 5,347 outpatients 
used our x-ray and laboratory facilities. 

We spent $1,500,000.00 for salaries, services and supplies during the 
year. 

Glenwood Hospital employs 290 employees. 
The Dietary Department served 180,000 meals. 

Glenwood Hospital has been accredited by the Joint Commission on 
Accreditation of Hospitals since its first survey in 1963. 

The $1,500,000.00 construction program, adding two additional floors, 
has been underway since the first of January. This addition will bring our 
capacity up to 178 beds. 

We at Glenwood would like to take this opportunity to thank you for 
your help over the years. We feel rather unique bringing our report to the 
annual conference because we are not asking for any monetary support, and 
I am not up for reappointment that I know of. 

E. D. Singleton, Administrator 



II. THE METHODIST HOME HOSPITAL 

The message of the Methodist Home Hospital has been and continues 
to be, "There is a God who cares and who has servants who care — Louisiana 
and Mississippi Methodists care!" 

Last year care and service were provided for 609 persons — 115 unmarried 
mothers, 86 babies, and 136 adoptive couples. 

Income for the year came from the following sources and in the following 
amounts: 

Louisiana Conference $62,549. 14 

Mississippi Conference 16,243.08 

North Mississippi Conference 13,921.27 

Cooperative Fee (from the girls) 24,779.69 

Social Work Reimbursements (from adoptive parents) 27,304.50 

Individual and Memorial Gifts 8,964.29 

Special Gifts (designated) 1,790.90 

Dividends and Interest 4,933.71 

Refunds 1,790.90 

$161,838.86 



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One of the great needs of the Home is the need for more adoptive parents, 
so that we may render service to more girls who need us so very much — we 
have to turn girls away because of the lack of adoptive parents. The Board 
of the Home Hospital made the adoptive requirements more flexible in order 
to enlist more prospective adoptive couples. 

Jack H. Midyett, Superintendent 



METHODIST HOME HOSPITAL 

We respectfully request affirmative action by Annual Conference and 
Presiding Bishop on the following: 

1. Reappointment of the Reverend Jack H. Midyett as Superintendent 
of Methodist Home Hospital for the coming year. 

2. That the Sunday preceding Christmas Day be named Methodist 
Home Hospital Sunday, and that an offering be taken for the Home 
Hospital. 

3. That each church set as its goal an amount equal to that of 4% 
of their Pastor's salary as their proper giving to the Methodist Home 
Hospital. 

4. That the following be elected to the Board of Directors for three 
years: J. Henry Bowdon, Sr., Haynes L. Harkey, Dr. C. P. Lipscomb, 
and Luman E. Douglas. 



III. REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
OF THE LOUISIANA METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME 

Your Board of the Methodist Children's Home is happy to report to you 
a good year of work by a dedicated staff directed by Reverend Harry Ezell 
and staff. The home is operating to capacity. We reported to you last 
year that a new cottage was in the making. This has been made possible 
without calling on the conference for capital outlay. 

For the maintenance of the home and care of the children, we are 
dependent on the churches of the conference. 

October 15, 1967, will be a highlight for the home. This occasion will 
be Methodist Hospital and Homes Steward's Day. At this time Bishop Walton 
will dedicate the new cottage. 

The Board of Directors respectfully requests affirmative action by the 
Annual Conference and Presiding Bishop on the following items: 

1. Reappointment of Reverend Harry E. Ezell as Superintendent. 

2. Election to the Board of Directors for a three year term the following: 
W. A. J. Lewis, Reverend Fred Flurry, J. C. Ritchie, L. D. McCehee, 
Mrs. L. B. Kilpatrick. 



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3. Continued observance by the churches of our conference of the free 
will offering days for the Home, which days are Easter Sunday in 
the Spring and Harvest Day in the Fall, this year would be 
October 15, 1967. 

4. Ratify a Board action on May 2, 1967, a motion by Mr. Billy Lewis, 
seconded by Dr. Keith Mason that a certain parcel of land belonging 
to the Methodist Orphanage be sold for $6,000.00 to the Ruston 
District Board of Missions for a new Methodist church parsonage. 
This was passed unanimously by the Board. 

5. Reference Conference rules appearing in the Journal of the Louisiana 
Conference. The paragraph labeled quadrennial Orphanage Board 
reads as follows: 

A Conference Orphanage Board composed of one lay member for 
each District and an equal number of clerical members shall be 
elected by the first session following the general Conference, to 
serve ensuing quadrennium. 

This rule has never functioned and was not known to exist until this 
year. We respectfully request that this paragraph be deleted from Conference 
rules. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Louisiana Methodist Orphanage 
Board of Directors 
Marvin T. Green, President 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 
METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME 

To take a child whose home life has been shattered; to help that child 
both restore and increase his faith in God, in man, in himself; to help that 
child develop such a sense of self-worth that he may become a stable, 
Christian, adult; this is our task. 

To fulfill that task we need workers, fine, dedicated, Christian workers 
who will see in every child, under all circumstances, a child of God. To 
fulfill that task we must train people in the special understandings and skills 
required under these difficult circumstances. To fulfill that task we must 
provide the program of care demanded by such special circumstances. To 
r ulfill that task we must secure adequate financial support enabling us to pay 
adequate salaries, provide reasonable working conditions, meet a highly com- 
petitive market for skilled workers, and underwrite the costs of necessary 
program. 

During the year March 1, 1966 to March 1, 1967: 

1. We averaged approximately 110 boys and girls in care. We actually 
cared for many more since a number left, a number of new ones 
came in. 



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2. Operating expenditures were $189,917. 

3. Operating income was: 

a. From the churches: $148,541. 

b. All other sources: $20,221. 

c. Total operating income: $168,762. 

4. Total operating deficit: $21,155. 

We need full support of operating budgets. We must face, realistically, 
the financial pressures which force ever increasing expenditures due to rising 
costs of living. We need special help from those individuals who would 
give to help build, or help furnish, the necessary new cottages. 

Sincerely yours, 
Harry E. Ezell 
Superintendent 



IV. A RESOLUTION 

of the Board of Hospitals and Homes to the 
Louisiana Annual Conference 
RESOLVED: 

That the Louisiana Annual Conference of The Methodist Church 
authorize a conference-wide solicitation of funds in the approximate amount 
of $8,500 as The Methodist Church's contribution to the construction of an 
Interfaith Chapel at the Greenwell Springs Tuberculosis Hospital, Greenwell 
Springs, Louisiana; furthermore, that The Methodist Church of Louisiana go 
on record in support of such efforts, and that this amount be raised through 
a special offering to be received at the Communion offering on the first 
Sunday in September or the nearest Sunday thereto. 

Marvin McFarland 
Chairman, Methodist Section 
Interfaith Chapel 
Tuberculosis Hospital 
Greenwell Springs, Louisiana 



RETIRED MINISTERS HOME BOARD REPORT 

BUILDING FUND REPORT 
RETIRED MINISTERS HOMES BOARD, Inc. 
Louisiana Conference — Methodist Church 
June 1, 1966 through May 31, 1967 

RECEIPTS BY DISTRICTS 

Alexandria $ 732,86 

Baton Rouge 2,308.01 

Lafayette 1,153,64 

Lake Charles =,-- 1,612.76 



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Monroe 906.63 

New Orleans 1,234.79 

Ruston 1,299.62 

Shreveport 2,082.68 

Conference at Large 95.00 

$ 11,425.99 

Less Ear Marked Memorial Gifts during year 640.00 

General Building Fund $ 10,785.99 

MEMORIAL BUILDING FUND IN RESERVE (For building additional apart- 
ments in Ruston) 

Cash balance transfered from Memorial Fund 1965-66 $ 5,971.79 

Receipts from 1966-67 offerings (Ear Marked) 640.00 

Cash Now in Memorial Reserve Building Fund $ 6,611.79 

Total Property Assets (Including this past years receipts) $192,729.99 

(Assets in detail on page 98 of 1966 Journal) 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mike John, Jr. Treasurer 
J. R. Russell, Chairman 



RETIRED MINISTERS HOMES BOARD REPORT 

We regret to report this past year we did not make our goal. We hoped 
to raise $12,500.00 which is the sum necessary to build a house on lots we 
own. At the moment we do not have enough money to complete a house, 
we do have the lots. We hope this shortage will be made up in 1967-68. 

Your Committee thinks we should be ready at all times to build at least 
two houses each year. Your Ministers are not getting younger. The usual 
time required to build a home is 60 to 90 days. To know that a home or 
an apartment is available in case of an emergency would be very comforting. 

Check the financial report, which will be published in our Louisiana 
Methodist very soon, and see what your church is reported as having raised 
this past year, then strive to increase it. If your church gave nothing, then 
determine that you will have your church in the giving list this coming 
conference year. 

The APARTMENT IDEA is meeting a great need for our widows and 
a temporary landing place for couples, and it is evident that we will need 
additional apartments within a few years. With this fact before our recent 
Board meeting and also the fact that the cash balance brought forward from 
last years general building fund, amounting to $5,971.79, was originally given 
for the building of the MEMORIAL BUILDING, it was decided to continue 
this MEMORIAL FUND by authorizing the Treasurer to transfer this balance 






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into a RESERVE MEMORIAL FUND and from year to year, add to this all 
receipts coming in which are EAR MARKED as MEMORIALS. This will, to 
a large extent, help us to be ready to meet the need when more apartments 
are needed. 

At present we have one apartment, large enough for a couple or can 
be used as a single, vacant, and we have the lovely, fully furnished apartment 
open for temporary use by any minister and his wife or a single. 

It was decided, at our recent Board meeting, that all applications for 
apartments or homes should be made through the Superintendent of Property, 
Reverend James B. Grambling, 3728 Judson Street, Shreveport, Louisiana who 
will file same in order and communicate with the applicant but will not 
divulge the information to anyone until his retirement is announced. By 
having these advanced requests for home in hand it will assist the Board in 
determining when and where the next home is needed. 

The only change made in those occupying homes are: Rev. and Mrs. 
E. Lee McKay have moved into the home at 3726 Judson, previously occupied 
by Mrs. B. D. Watson who has moved to Oklahoma. Reverend and Mrs. 
Paul Durbin, who found it necessary to be released from his work in Logans- 
port is now living in the four room duplex in Ruston. 

A full report in the MAINTENANCE of all homes has been filed with 
die Board, which includes a number of small repairs and some painting. 
Two or three of the homes will undergo paint jobs this summer. 

We are fortunate indeed in having Reverend John Gieck and Reverend 
Lee McKay living in our homes for they are wonderful helpers in keeping 
the Ruston property in excellent condition. It looks like a well kept park and 
flower garden. We are also indebted to the maintenance department of the 
Children's Home for keeping the section of the property which we do not use 
in such good condition. 

Up to the writing of this report we have received a total of $10,726.24. 
Of this total receipts $640.00 was EAR MARKED as MEMORIALS and has 
been transferred to the MEMORIAL account, leaving a balance in the General 
Building Fund of $10,086.24. 

The month of November is RETIRED MINISTERS HOMES MONTH 
and we do hope that every pastor will give his loyal support to this project 
of our CONFERENCE. We also earnestly urge to Commission on World 
Service and Finance to give consideration to our needs for LOCAL BOARD 
OPERATING EXPENSE and grant us some financial help with these items. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. R. Russell, Chairman 
Retired Ministers Homes Board, Inc. 



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LAY ACTIVITIES AND 1000 CLUB 

By Tom H. Matheny, Conference Lay Leader 

I will only emphasize certain matters which are contained in more detail 
in the Pre-Conference Report. 

The Conference Board of Lay Activities will continue to emphasize its 
five year program for stewardship cultivation in the Louisiana Annual Con- 
ference which was outlined in detail in the Pre-Conference Reports of 1965. 
A major area of emphasis in the coming year will be a re-organization of 
Methodist Men's groups. This is being done under the leadership of the 
General Board of Lay Activities all over Methodism, and a workshop for 
leadership in the field of Methodist Men will be held on July 8 and 9, in 
Alexandria and Baton Rouge, respectively. 

Our Committee on Promotional Activities primarily has the responsibility 
of planning our annual Laymen's Retreat at Centenary College, which will 
be held on July 29-30, this year. Our speaker for our Laymen's Retreat this 
year will be Mr. Ernie Logan, who is an outstanding layman and will be a 
rich source of inspiration to those who are there. In addition, we are having 
a Lay School of Theology, staffed by ten outstanding faculty members. This 
year we are again making a special emphasis on inviting the ministers as well 
as the young men from the senior high schools and Wesley Foundations. 
Every church is urged to send its minister and its young people to these 
programs at the Laymen's Retreat in order to increase the dialogue and 
communication between these groups. 

The Conference Board of Lay Activities has this year endorsed a recom- 
mendation that some centralized program of financing for Wesley Foundations 
be established. It is the feeling of the Conference Board of Lay Activities 
that there has not been enough financial support for the Methodist Student 
Movement in this conference. For that matter, we do not believe there 
has been enough support of other types for the Methodist Student Movement. 
We wish to do everything possible to encourage this work which is so out- 
standing in the majority of our Wesley Foundations. 

Two matters of controversy at this Annual Conference have been the 
resolutions concerning the merger with the EUB's and the resolution con- 
cerning the abolition of the Central Jurisdiction. The Conference Board of 
Lay Activities has already been very active in fulfilling its responsibility of 
teaching and learning in these fields. We have long had a Committee on 
Ecumenical Affairs and have invited members of the Evangelical United 
Brethren to attend our meetings and participate in the activities of the 
Conference Board of Lay Activities. In addition, we have sent delegates to 
the National Conference on Ecumenical Affairs in Cincinnati, Ohio, March 9- 
10 of this year, where training was given for new leadership in this field 
for the laity of the conference. 

In addition, members of the Conference Board of Lay Activities are en- 
gaging in dialogue with the laity of the Central Jurisdiction in order that tliere 
might be more communication and unity between these groups. At our last 



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meeting of the Conference Board of Lay Activities, a motion was made and 
unanimously passed that we invite the Conference Lay Leader of the Central 
Jurisdiction in Louisiana, together with representatives of his board, to our next 
meeting of the Conference Board of Lay Activities. In addition to this, by 
virtue of my position as a member of the General Board of Lay Activities, 
I am a member of the Conference Board of Lay Activities of the Central 
Jurisdiction in Louisiana, and have high hopes to be able to use this position 
to increase communication and dialogue between the laymen of both 
jurisdictions. 

The years ahead are going to be difficult ones for the laymen of 
Methodism. There will be many adjustments that will have to be made. 
There will be many sacrifices that will have to be made. However, the 
laity of the Louisiana Annual Conference wish to give assurance that they 
stand ready to make the adjustments and sacrifices that are necessary. We 
know our task as a part of the holy priesthood. We intend to do our task. 
We will support the church - for we are the church. 

I now place before the Conference the nominations for District Lay 
Leaders and Associate District Lay Leaders made by the District Superin- 
tendents and the Conference Lay Leader, and the nomination for Conference 
Lay Leader. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Conference Board of Lay Activities 

Tom H. Matheny, Conference Lay Leader 



MINIMUM SALARIES AND SUSTENTATION 

The following is the new Schedule of Minimum Salary support as set up 
by your Commission on Minimum Salary. 

I. THE MINIMUM SALARY FUND 

A. That the basic minimum salaries schedule for the Louisiana Confer- 
ence for 1967-68 shall be as follows: 

1. Student pastor without dependents $2,700.00 

2. Married student pastor not living on the charge 3,300.00 

3. Full-time pastor without dependents 3,600.00 

4. Married student pastor living on the charge 3,900.00 

5. Married full-time pastor living on the charge 4,200.00 

6. Additional grants up to a maximum total of $600.00 
shall be granted to minimum salary recipients on the 
basis of $200.00 for each child and/or extra church. 

7. A minister's portion of the Conference Group Insurance 
program will be paid out of the basic miniumum salary 
support by the Commission for the 1967-68 Conference 
year. 

B. That annual grants approved by the Commission shall be paid in 
monthly installments on the basis of funds available at the beginning 



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of the Conference year, and in the event of insufficient funds, 
appropriations shall be made on a pro-rata basis. 

C. That, in computing minimum salary grants, the total earned income 
of the ministers shall be considered. Ministers receiving supple- 
mental support from the Minimum Salary Fund are required to re- 
port immediately any change in total earned income. In the absence 
of notification by the minister, overpayments become a refundable 
obligation of the minister to the Minimum Salary Fund. 

D. That the amount to be provided by the Commission for a pastoral 
charge will be an amount not to exceed 25 per cent of a minister's 
salary, automobile, and utility expense allowance paid by the church. 
Additional grants specified in A-6 may be made in addition to the 
25 per cent limitation. 

E. That pastors of charges paying less than $2,400. in salary and ex- 
pense funds shall not be permitted to share in the Minimum Salary 
Fund except on recommendation of the Cabinet and concurrence by 
the Executive Committee of the Commission. 

F. That the Every Member Canvass be carried out in every pastoral 
charge, and that where possible an annual increase be made in the 
pastor's salary. 

G. That every church pay to the Minimum Salary Fund the amount 
apportioned by the Conference Commission on World Service and 
Finance. 

H. That at the earliest opportunity after adjournment of Conference, 
District Superintendents shall furnish the Secretary of the Commission 
a list of ministers in the area receiving less than $4,800.00 in salary 
and expense. 
I. That each pastor named by the District Superintendent shall be 
supplied a questionnaire which must be properly filled out and re- 
turned to the Secretary of the Commission, Rev. Marvin H. Corley, 
before payments may be authorized. 

II. THE SUSTENTATION FUND 

The Commission has been charged with the responsibility by the Louisiana 
Annual Conference of administering the Sustentation Fund as provided 
for in paragraph 828 of the 1964 Discipline of The Methodist Church 
and in accordance with provisions of the Discipline, we your Commission 
make the following recommendations: 

1. That each effective minister of the Louisiana Annual Conference 
be assessed an amount equal to one-half of one per cent of the 
minister's base salary for 1967-68, to be paid to the Sustentation 
Fund. 

2. That this fund be used to provide for emergency benefit aid to 
the ministers of the Louisiana Annual Conference who may be 
in special need. 

3. That each pastor and church cooperate in providing an adequate 
hospitalization insurance program for family protection. 



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4. That the Commission will consider cases only upon recom- 
mendation of the Cabinet. 

Ira W. Flowers, Chairman 
Marvin H. Corley, Secretary 



HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

I. Centenary College as the historical depository has: 

a. A complete file of all printed Conference Annuals 1847-1966. 

b. Broken files of Annual Conference reports 1847-1966, detailed and 
organized. 

c. Complete files of M. E. Church, South, Disciplines. 

d. Numerous parchments of Louisiana Methodist Ministers. 

e. Approximately 20 Conference canon law cases, primarily disciplinary. 

f. Several bound volumes of Louisiana Conferences, quarterly and dis- 
trict, 1870-1880. 

These files of invaluable historical sources are available for research 
purposes to Conference members in the Centenary College Library Cline 
Room. 

RECOMMENDATION: 

The Commission recommends that during the Conference Year, 1967, each 
Louisiana Methodist Church report on historical holdings to the Historical 
Commission. Many missing records of the 19th Century have been filed with 
local churches and should be deposited in the fireproof vault at Centenary, 
for research purposes. Many early local church records and prepared histories 
should also be deposited. 

We recommend that the Conference adopt a resolution expressing our 
appreciation to the Shreveport Junior League for the clerical assistance to 
the Library staff for cataloging and indexing records of Centenary College 
and Louisiana Methodism. 

The Historical Commission, with support of the Cabinet, recommends 
the adoption of the following Resolution by the Annual Conference: 

(1) That immediately following Annual Conference, each minister re- 
spond to a questionnaire prepared by Dr. Lowrey of Centenary College 
Faculty, concerning his local church's records and history. 

(2) That Dr. Lowrey, representing the Historical Commission, be per- 
mitted to present the importance of this work at each District Conference 
for the ensuing year. 

A. G. Taylor, Chairman 

Historical Commission 

A. D. St. Amant, Secretary 



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PUBLIC RELATIONS AND METHODIST INFORMATION 

Report of Commission 

The function of the Commission of Public Relations and Methodist In- 
formation is to gather news of public interest concerning Methodist activities 
and opinion and disseminate it through the secular press, the religious press, 
radio, television, and other legitimate media of public information. This report 
reflects the efforts of this commission to carry out its function during the 
conference year. 

The commission held a workshop for commission members and district 
directors in Alexandria, Louisiana, on Saturday, October 22, 1966. The re- 
source persons were Rev. Gene Carroll, Director of Methodist Information and 
TRAFCO in the Atlanta Area and Editor of The Georgia Methodist, Dr. 
Alfred Knox, Editor of the Louisiana Methodist, and Miss Georgia M. Daily, 
the Louisiana Area Director of Methodist Information. 

One result of this challenging workshop was the realization of the need 
for closer co-operation between and a closer coordination of the activities of 
the various boards, commissions, and agencies charged with responsibilities 
in the area of news dissemination within the conference. A preliminary and 
fruitful discussion was held at the Convocation of Boards in Alexandria on 
February 24, 1967, with representatives of the Commission on Public Relations 
and Methodist Information, the Louisiana Methodist, the Christian Service 
Times of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, and Centenary College. 
Further discussions and programs will be pursued. 

The Commission held its meeting at the above Convocation of Boards. 

Since the Commission is a service, and not a program, commission, the 
majority of the work of the commission was conducted through its able and 
efficient director, Miss Georgia Daily. During the past conference year, the 
director covered news events of conference activities across the entire state^ 
as well as playing a major role in connection with such events as Founders 
Day at Business Girls Inn, in Shreveport, and Sager-Brown School in Baldwin. 

In addition, the director performed her usual duties, consisting of weekly 
news stories and features for the Louisiana Methodist, news releases for 
boards and agencies, the elaboration of stories from other Methodist Informa- 
tion offices and general boards, such as the Board of Missions, and the 
promotion of activities involving other area office staff members. 

The director and the commission expresses its appreciation for the co- 
operation of the news media of the State of Louisiana in the work of this 
commission during the conference year. 

The Commission makes the following recommendations concerning its 
future program: 

1. The commission recommends that requests from conference agencies 
for news coverage of their activities by the Director of Methodist 
Information be channeled through the staff member of the area 
council assigned to the particular agency or board involved, in ac- 
cordance with the guidelines adopted by the commission. 



110 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 

2. The commission recommends a Methodist Information workshop in 
each district of the conference each conference year and solicits the 
co-operation of the District Superintendents, the District Directors of 
Methodist Information, and the Program Committee in scheduling 
these workshops. 

3. The commission recommends the continuation of efforts to co- 
ordinate the activities of the various news media of the Methodist 
Church in the Louisiana Conference, with a view of closer co-opera- 
tion between the various boards, commissions, and agencies charged 
with responsibilities in this area and a closer coordination of their 
activities, hopefully to the end that all of their programs will be more 
fruitful. 

Kenneth Rigby, Commission Chairman 
Miss Georgia M. Daily, Director of 
Methodist Information 



BOARD OF MISSIONS 
Report I-A 

"The supreme aim of missions is to make the Lord Jesus Christ known 
to all peoples in all lands as their divine Savior, to persuade them to become 
his disciples, and to gather these disciples into Christian churches; to enlist 
them in the building of the kingdom of God; to co-operate with these churches; 
to promote world Christian fellowship; and to bring to bear on all human 
life the spirit and principles of Christ." (The Discipline, Par. 1176). 

To the end here stated your Conference Board of Missions is dedicated, 
and the development of its program is thus directed. The report which 
follows, summarizes the activity in which your Board is involved, along with 
future plans and recommendations and represents the work of many individuals, 
with particular reference to its committee chairmen and the district missionary 
secretaries. 

"In this world that has been literally 'turned inside out' in one generation 
the task of missions is large enough and commanding enough to challenge 
all the genius and all the resources of all the people in all the churches." 
(1966 Report of the Board of Missions of The Methodist Church). 

New Church Support 

The Board of Missions urges continued support of the Conference 1000 
Club. We must recognize that this is mission work. Our Conference has 
made exceptional advances in new church organization. 

The "Department of New Church Devolopment" of the National Division 
of The General Board of Missions has aided in survey and organizational 
work for two Louisiana churches in this quadrennium, one in the Baton Rouge 
area during 1965-66, and this past year in the New Orleans District. The 



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Louisiana Conference Board of Missions shared in the organizational support 
of these special projects. 

Research and Survey — The Rev. A. M. Brown, chairman. 

The Conference Committee on Research and Survey, a sub-committee of 
the Conference Board of Missions and directed by Chairman Alfred M. 
Brown, has this year completed its detailed study of our conference. This 
included a study of population shifts, membership trends, local church 
characteristics, Worship patterns, Official Board structures, local finances, the 
work of local church commissions, the Woman's Society of Christian Service 
and the Methodist Men. Detailed reports have been printed and are available 
to church leaders. It is hoped that boards and agencies of the conference 
will use these studies in re-evaluating their work and making records for change. 

Aside from major consideration of Urban Life, the need for new congrega- 
tions, and Church Extension projects, the report points to the need for a 
continued and effective ministry to rural areas, especially in the northern part 
of our state where we are losing population and yet where the Methodist 
Church remains strong. 

Our Urban centers present the Methodist Church with one of its greatest 
opportunities and some of the most difficult problems. One phase of the 
study was a detailed report of Church Extension needs in our larger cities. 

A rethinking of program and activity is necessary to meet the needs of a 
change in people and times. It seems that many churches are relying on 
Sunday services and church school as the only program activity. Approxi- 
mately one-half of our churches have no Senior and lunior High Methodist 
Youth Fellowship. More than one-half of our churches have no program for 
older youth and younger adults — not even a Sunday School class. Over a 
third of our churches have no program for adults. When one considers the 
many persons not participating in the few programs that do exist, the situation 
is critical. 

The church has always found ways of communicating the gospel. The 
task facing the contemporary church may be difficult, but where there is a 
concern and dedication, a way to minister will be found. 

Committee on Mission Studies — Mrs. G. W. Dameron, chairman. 

At the beginning of the 1966-67 conference year, the Board of Missions 
established a Conference Committee on Mission Studies, according to recom- 
mendations received from the loint Section of Education and Cultivation of 
the General Board of Missions. The purpose of this committee is to plan 
for, and promote, through a unified approach, a program of missionary 
education in the local church. District Committees on Mission Studies, or- 
ganized along the pattern of the Conference Committee, have carried the 
major responsibility for developing the plans recommended by the Conference 
Committee. 

During this first year, six of the eight districts held twenty Mission Study 
Conference on a district or sub-district level, in which local church repre- 



112 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



sentatives were given help relative to the mission study theme, Affluence and 
Poverty — Dilemma for Christians. Reports show that 815 persons attended 
these conferences, and unofficial reports indicate that the study theme has 
been widely used by local churches in "Church-wide Studies." 

It is hoped that during the forthcoming conference year, with men and 
women working together, a broader base for "Education for Mission" can be 
established; that local churches will move toward a year-round program of 
missionary education, including a church-wide mission study, but offering 
additional opportunities, through a variety of plans and groups, for missionary 
emphasis. 



Urban Work — Dr. B. A. Galloway, chairman. 

I said: "Let me walk in the field," 

He said: "No, walk in the town," 
I said: "There are no flowers there." 

He said: "No flowers, but a crown." 

I said: "But the skies are black, 

There is nothing but noise and din." 
And He wept as He sent me back: 

"There is more," He said, "There is sin." 

Anonymous 

These lines capture something of the urgency and mood of the task and 
responsibility which is peculiar to the Conference Committee on Urban Work 
and to every urban church. Those who name the name of Christ and take 
seriously His mission to the world, dare not turn away from the city. With 
seventy-one (71%) percent of the population of Louisiana now living in urban 
centers, our becomes an even greater task. We are not primarily a liturgical 
church, but we are a preaching and a ministering church and must relate our- 
selves to the total problem of human need and find better methods of com- 
municating with the people within the city. The Methodist Church in 
Louisiana must place the city at the top of its missionary priority list. 

The Inner-Ciy Parish in New Orleans directed by The Rev. Rupert Coles, 
now in its fifth year, strives toward two objectives: first, to strengthen the 
program of the four inner-city churches, and second, to minister to the needs 
of persons living within the inner-city neighborhoods. To reach the first 
goal, a cooperative ministry has been established involving the four inner-city 
churches. Joint Methodist Youth Fellowship, School of Mission, Quarterly 
Conference, and other areas of outreach are now being held. An Inter-Racial 
Dialogue Group has been created to improve understanding between the 
races. The needs of persons living in the inner-city neighborhoods are met 
through tutorial services, domestic skill classes, coffee house ministry, Spanish 
speaking work, Parish Prison rehabilitation involvement, teen-canteen, Befriend 
a Youth Program, Fixit Shop, and personal counseling. The support of 
suburban churches with both material resources and person involvement is 
needed for the growth and vitality of the inner-city program. 



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We commend the many churches in Louisiana that held a School of 
Missions this past year, using the study theme, Affluence and Poverty: Dilemma 
for Christians. If this study was not held in your church, we suggest that it is 
not too late to get the material and conduct the study. 

As an outgrowth of the National Urban Convocation held in Chicago in 
1966 and with the experience gained from the Inner-City Parish in New 
Orleans, a Louisiana Area Urban Workshop is being planned for the fall of 
1967. The exact date has been announced by Dr. Galloway of this session 
of the Louisiana Annual Conference, as Oct. 7, 1967. We hope to have 
delegates from all eight districts and all major urban centers in Louisiana in 
attendance so that we can, as a whole conference, become awakened to the 
challenge of an urban society. We hope to hold this Workshop in Alexandria. 

Methodism in the urban centers of Louisiana is on the move and our 
Louisiana Annual Conference is challenged to move with it. We must learn 
the language of the city, the tempo of the city; we must learn the people of 
the city. Tomorrow is yet to be formed, and it belongs to the city. The city 
is People. Either the Church will give itself to the city and its people, or 
it will lose the city, it will lose tomorrow, and it will lose its own soul. 
This is our challenge and our task. 

Report I-B 

We report to you the payments authorized by your Conference Board of 
Missions for support of salary schedules and church extension: 

1. SALARY AID GRANTS FOR 1966-67 

Conference Nat'l. Div. Total 

Alexandria District 

Wesley-St. Paul $ 600 $ 600 

Melder 400 400 



District Total $ 1,000 $ 1,000 

Baton Rouge District 

East Broadmoor $ 1,200 

Cooper's Chapel 200 

Carpenter's Chapel 

Concord-New Hope 

Corbin 

Livingston 

District Total $ 1,400 

Lafayette District 

Lockport-Raceland $ 300 

St. Martinville 300 

Gibson 300 

District Total "$ 900~ $ 50o 1,00 





$ 1,200 




200 


$ 300 


300 


200 


200 


200 


200 


300 


300 


$1,000 


$ 2,400 


$ 500 


$ 800 




300 




300 






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Conference 

Lake Charles District 

Wesley-Sulphur $ 300 

Moss Bluff 300 

St. Luke's 400 

District Total $ 1,000 

Monroe District 

Bonita-Jones $ 200 

Gibson Chapel 400 

Kilbourne 250 

Crew Lake 120 

Gordon Avenue 

District Total $ 970 

New Orleans District 

Inner City Work $ 300 

Felicity 300 

Hope Chapel 600 

Spanish Work 1,200 

Terrytown 1,850 

Belle Chasse 300 

Wesley 

Second Church 

District Total $ 4,550 

Ruston District 

Sibley $ 300 

Athens 300 

Bienville 300 

Doyline-Mclntyre 

Heflin-Brushwood 

Marion 

District Total $ 900 

Shreveport District 

Ellerbe Road 

Love Chapel 

Love Chapel (E) 

Wesley 

District Total 

CONFERENCE TOTALS ______ 



Natl. Div. 



Total 



$ 300 



$ 300 



$5,400 



$1,000 



600 
300 
400 



$ 1,300 



$ 


$ 200 




400 




250 




120 


500 


500 


$ 500 


$ 1,470 


$2,400 


$ 2,700 


500 


800 




600 


900 


2,100 




1,850 




300 


1,200 


1,200 


400 


400 



$ 9,950 





$ 300 
300 




300 


$ 400 


400 


200 


200 


400 


400 



$ 1,900 



$ 600 
600 
400 
400 


$ 600 
500 


$ 1,200 

1,100 

400 

400 


$ 2,000 
$12,720 


$1,100 
$9,800 


$ 3,100 
$22,520 



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2. CHURCH EXTENSION GRANTS (Building) PAID IN 1966-67 

Conference Nat'l. Div. Total 

Alexandria District 

St. Paul's $ 2,400 $2,000 $ 4,400 

Lake Charles District 

New Church Site, Lake Charles __._ $2,000 $ 2,000 

Ruston District 

New Church, Ruston $1,000 $ 1,000 

Monroe District 

Crew Lake $ 500 $ 500 

Locust Grove 500 500 

District Total $ 1,000 $ 1,000 

Baton Rouge District 

Day's Methodist Church $ 500 $ 500 

Mount Hermon 500 500 

Faithful 500 500 

Francis Asbury 3,000 3,000 

District Total $ 1,500 $3,000 $ 4,500 

Shreveport District 

Barksdale $ 500 $ 500 

Bethany 500 500 

Pleasant Hill 500 500 



District Total $ 1,500 $ 1,500 



CONFERENCE TOTALS $ 6,400 $8,000 $14,400 



Report II-A 

In this third year of the quadrennium, our continued and full support of 
the World Service program of Methodism indicates something of what the 
Spirit has been saying to our people and churches. They have responded in 
a magnificent way. 

There are three basic functions of the Conference Board of Missions. 
One, it is a dispensing agency, accepting and using mission funds at points of 
greatest need and in keeping with our finest sense of Stewardship. Two, it is 
a recruiting agency, not only for professionally qualified persons, but for those 
with special skills. The world needs both a Christian witness and Christian 
labor. Three, your Board is an educational agency, involved at home in 
keeping our pastors and people informed of the world's needs and missions 
imperatives as well as promoting and supporting literacy programs in unde- 
veloped lands. But more than this, your Board of Missions and its support 
is a measure of the conscience of the Conference. It seeks to channel your 
love and concern to the children of God in all the world. 



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Every local church is urged to study and evaluate their missions program 
and participation. Increased involvement is desired and can be encouraged 
as we engage in church-wide mission studies, make use of Fourth Sunday 
World Service leaflets and preach on missions themes. Missionary minded 
leadership will produce a missionary minded church. 



BOARD OF MISSIONS 
Report II-B 

Advance Specials continue to be a major avenue for our specialized 
support of projects in which we have a particular interest, as well as 
furnishing primary financial support of these projects and the missionaries 
related to them. 

We recommend to the Annual Conference the approval of the following 
named projects as Conference Advance Specials, subject to a written request 
by the agency for certification with die approval of the District Superintendent 
of the district where the agency is located: 



^Louisiana Conference 100 Club 
*Inner City Parish, New Orleans 
* Shreveport District Special Ministries 
^Migrant Ministry, Hammond 
e Dulac Indian Mission 
^Business Girls' Inn, Shreveport 

Sager-Brown School, Baldwin 

Peeples Community Center, New Orleans 

Of special interest to every church in Louisiana should be those persons 
who have gone out from this area to serve our church in strategic missionary 
locations. Their support is necessary. Many of our churches are establishing, 
year after year, an enviable record of necessary support Specials. However, 
not all our missionaries are fully supported. Some need Work Funds and 
others need support both for salary and Work Funds. 

We urge all churches to meet their World Service obligations in full, for 
here is the basic mission program and work we support. But we also urge 
all churches to give serious consideration to the "Second Mile" concept of 
giving and enter as fully as possible into the program of The Advance. 



ONE THOUSAND CLUB 

Report of The 1000 Club Policy and Appropriations Committees 

(The report being the minutes of a meeting held May 31, 1967) 

The meeting convened at 7:00 a.m. in Colonial Room of the Captain 
Shreve Hotel, Shreveport, Louisiana, with Herbert Moffett, Chairman, 
presiding. 
*Only the agencies thus indicated are now qualified as Conference Advance Specials. 



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Present were: Herbert Moffett, Cecil Bland, John W. Trotter, Dr. Bentley 
Sloane, Tom Matheny, Rev. George Pearce, Dr. Carl Lueg, Rev. Ed Haug, 
Dudley Snow, Jerry Ross, O. W. Marrs, Walter Harris, Dr. Henry Bowdon, Sr., 
Mrs. C. B. McGowan, Robert Roland, Dr. Leonard Cooke, Dr. Henry Rickey. 

The meeting was opened with prayer by O. W. Marrs. 

Herb Moffett extended thanks to John Trotter and Cecil Bland and the 
District Directors of the 1000 Club for their help during the year. 

The financial statement for the current Conference Year was submitted 
by the Treasurer. This indicated that all calls were complete. The 
presentation to the Effie Church will be made June 4 by Cecil Bland. A 
copy of the report is attached. 

It was stated that it was in order to elect a chairman and secretary- 
treasurer for the Conference Year 1967-68. Upon motion, duly seconded 
and carried, Herbert Moffett was nominated chairman and John W. Trotter, 
secretary-treasurer. It was moved that the nominees be elected by acclama- 
tion. Motion carried. 

By action of the Appropriations Committee the third call which was 
unfilled at Conference time last year was awarded to the Oak Grove Methodist 
Church at Effie, Louisiana, in the Alexandria District, in December, 1966. 

By action of the Policy Committee on Saturday, April 15, 1967, made the 
following changes: The Executive Secretary of the Board of Education was 
removed from the Policy and Appropriation Committees and the Lay Director 
of the Area Council was added. The Director of the Area Council was 
added to the Appropriations Committee. 

The Appropriations Committee considered the 1000 Club calls for 1967-68 
as follows: 

1. Terry town — New Orleans 

2. Curtis Park — Bossier City 

3. "3rd church" — not named — Ruston 

The District Superintendents discussed the proposed calls for their 
respective districts. Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried, the three 
foregoing churches were approved as the calls for 1967-68. 



Meeting adjourned. 



John W. Trotter, 
Secretary-Treasurer 



BOARD OF PENSIONS 

Report No. 1 

We, your Conference Board of Pensions, feel that much progress has been 
made in the past few years to provide better security for our retired ministers, 
widows, and active brethren. Our Conference has one of the best insurance 
and retirement programs in Methodism. We know this will be taken into 
consideration by young men returning from Seminaries. 



118 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 

A. DISTRIBUTION 

Fulfilling our responsibility as the Conference Board of Pensions, we 
have authorized the payment of claims as follows: 

To 65 members retired by The Louisiana Conference, with a total of 1,871 
net service years. 

To members retired by other conferences with a total of 389 net service 
years. 

To 71 widows of members retired by The Louisiana Conference with a 
total of 1,718 net service years. 

To 7 dependent children of deceased ministers with a total of 121 net 
service years. 

The Louisiana Conference in 1966-67 had the responsibility for a total 
of 143 claimants with a total of 4099 net years of service. 

These annuity claims have been paid on the basis of the following rates 
established by The Annual Conference: 

Conference Members (100% of Annuity Bate) and 

supplies $65.00 per ser. yr. 

Widows of Conference Members (70% Annuity rate) „ 45.50 per ser. yr. 

Dependent Children of Conference Members (25%) ___. 16.25 per ser. yr. 

B. RESPONSIBILITIES (For the period June 1, 1966 to May 1, 1967) 
Other services rendered by The Board of Pensions 

1. Necessitous allowance grants and relief aid, totaling approximately 
$720.52. 

2. Premiums in the amount of $18,256.57 for 143 claimants eligible for 
Group Hospitalization and Medical Expense and Death Benefit 
Program. 

C RECOMMENDATIONS 

1. We recommend that the annuity rate for 1967-68 be set at $65 per 
service year for retired members. We further recommend that the 
General Board of Pensions continue as paying agent for the Louisiana 
Annual Conference claimants and tiiat payments be made monthly 
in advance. 

2. (a) We recommend that there be apportioned to charges for con- 
ference claimants an amount of $410,000 to be pro-rated according 
to the decimal; $210,000 of this amount to be used for payment of 
Conference claimants. 

(b) $200,000 to be invested toward down payment on Ministers 
Reserve Pension Fund as voted by the 1965 Conference. 

(c) We recommend that instead of paying all of our available funds in 
down payment on The Ministers Reserve Pension Fund that we pay 
only the required 10% down as outlined on page 31 of The Pre- 
Conference Report. 



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We are gratified by the churches' response to the payment of The 
Ministers Reserve Pension Fund this past year. 

3. We recommend that members of The Conference who are delinquent 
on their 1% assessment be allowed to pay without interest until May 
15, 1968. After which time a 5% simple interest on the unpaid 
balance will be charged per year. 

4. We recommend there be continued the work of The Board of 
Pensions Committee on proportional payment of ministerial support 
in accord with provisions of Paragraph 1624 and 1634 of the 1964 
Discipline, and urge upon all members that full disciplinary action 
will be taken. 

5. We recommend that there be apportioned to each agency and insti- 
tution served by a ministerial member under special appointment 
with annuity claim on the conference, the sum equal to 9% of the 
average salary of the conference; and that said apportionment be 
paid to the Treasurer of The Louisiana Conference no later than 
May 15. 

6. We further recommend that the special appointments for the 1967 
Conference Journal be granted annuity for 1966-67 on the following 
basis: 

a. With annuity claim upon The Conference subject to the 1964 
Discipline (Paragraph 1623, Section 7a): 

Area Council Director, Luman Douglas 

Assoc. Area Council Director, K. G. Rorie 

Executive Secretary, Board of Education, J. C Skinner 

Ministerial member at Centenary College, Robert E. Taylor 

South Central Jurisdictional Secretary, Virgil D. Morris 

Superintendent Methodist Children's Home, Harry E. Ezell 

Superintendent Methodist Home Hospital, Jack H. Midyett 

Conference Treasurer, J. E. Hearn 

Promotional Director Methodist Hospital, John Koelemay 

Executive Secretary, Fort Worth Area Council of Churches, 

J. Woodrow Hearn 
Wesley Foundation Directors: NSC, Robert L. Tatum; SLC, 
Brady Forman; USL, Wayne Reese Smith; MSC, Joseph 
Thomas; NSC, Roy Brown Nash; Tulane-Newcomb, Howard 
L. Daughenbaugh, Jr.; La. Tech, William M. Stokes; LSU, 
Delton J. Pickering 
Chaplains: Glenwood Hospital, Don E. Wineinger. 

b. With annuity claim on the Institution in which they serve: 

Centenary College, Jack S. Wilkes, Webb D. Pomeroy, 

Alton O. Hancock. 
Prof, at Candler, T. R. Weber; SMU, Douglas E. Jackson; 
Iliff, C. H. Snelling, Jr.; SMU, Ben A. Petty; LaGrange, 



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James A. McLean; Union, John M. Norris; University of 
Oklahoma, Torbert H. Milby, Jr.; William Carey College, 
Wayne Perrott. 

National Division of Missions: Karl B. Tooke. 

Interne Ecumenical Institute, Chicago, John F. Baringer; 

Interne Ecumenical Institute, Chicago, George Holcombe. 

c. Without annuity claim, as Chaplains in military service: 

U. S. Air Force: Oakley E. Edwards, Maurice D. Fulkerson, 

Lucien E. Larche, Jr. 
U. S. Army: Howard D. Ellzey, Forest N. Blount, Paul G. 

Durbin 

U. S. Navy: Roland W. Faulk, James E. Reaves, William G. 
Willson. 

7. Recognizing the need for an adequate pension program for Lay Em- 
ployees of the Local Church and Church Organizations we recom- 
mend that all churches and church organizations adopt the "Lay 
Employee Reserve Pension Fund", a program of The General Board 
of Pensions, for all full-time lay employees. 

8. (a) That in determining years of service, The Board shall carefully 
examine and consider those years of service listed in the Conference 
Journals prior to accepting them as valid years; and that any years 
in question shall be subject to validation by the applicant and by 
approval of The Board and The Annual Conference. 

(b) We recommend that a deadline on applications for annuity credit 
for prior Supply Years, for which the conference member considers 
himself eligible, shall be Conference of 1968. 

(c) The notices for any claim for years of service shall be presented 
to The Board in writing. 

9. In compliance with the recommendation of The General Board of 
Pensions and in order to make it possible for our Board to be recipi- 
ents of wills, bequests, and legacies, we request The Annual Confer- 
ence to approve a resolution for incorporation. (See Resolution), 
1610.1. 

HOSPITALIZATION AND MEDICAL EXPENSE AND DEATH BENEFIT 
PROGRAMS: 

1. In-as-much as "Medicare" is considered a Group Insurance Plan by the 
Insurance Industry, the General Board of Pensions has re-written the 
Hospital and Medical Expense Program so that it provides a major medical, 
utilizing "Medicare" as the basic plan for all persons over age 65 whether 
active or retired and all persons under age 65 will be included in the 
"Under age 65 Comprehensive" with benefits as outlined in The General 
Board of Pensions Brochure HMEP . . . Since this gives considerable addi- 
tional benefits to our over age 65 at less cost to them, we recommend that 
all persons over age 65 enroll in Medicare. 



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2. We recommend that the HMEP & DBP: Hospitalization and Medical Ex- 
pense Program and Death Benefit Program rates, as outlined in The 
Pre-Conference Report, page 33 be adopted for the year 1967-68. Please 
note that the HMEP premium remains the same. The slight increase irv 
the DBP rate reflects the increase in the average salary of the conference. 
This will also entail a larger Death Benefit payment. The average salary 
for the year 1966-67 is $6,791.00, therefore, the DBP premium will be 
$67.91 annually. 

3. We recommend that the church pay one-half and the minister pay one-half 
of the premium. 

4. We recommend that the conference Board of Pensions pay all conference 
claimants' premiums in full. 

5. We remind the members of The Annual Conference that Hospitalization 
and Medical Expense Program (HMEP) and Death Benefit Program (DBP) 
premiums are due in advance/ on the 1st of each month. Should a 
minister or layman desire termination of his insurance benefits, he is 
responsible for notifing The Board of Pensions of such intent; and, must 
pay premium to date of notification.' Also you are reminded that each 
minister and each layman is responsible for the entire premium. 

6. We remind members of The Annual Conference that all local church Lay 
Employees and Lay Employees of church institutions are eligible for 
HMEP & DBP. 

We recommend that a claimant under age sixty-five (65) on medical 
retirement, who recovers sufficiently to resume ministerial work or to engage 
in a remunerative occupation, shall receive a reduced pension in the amount 
of: the total pension less the salary he receives for the work he is doing. 
(See paragraph 1630, Sec. 2, 1964 Discipline). 

James Adams, Chairman 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



May 30, 1967. 



The Board of Trustees of the Louisiana Annual Conference of the 
Methodist Church, SCJ., have executed and delivered all deeds to property 
as authorized by the 1966 Annual Conference. The Board has appointed 
HUGH M. DASP1T a resident of St. Martin Parish as its agent and attorney 
in fact to sell and deed cemetery lots in the PROTESTANT CEMETERY in 
St. Martinville, Louisiana. 

The Board has received interest and dividends on the Bynum legacy 
during the year in the sum of $6,773.90 and paid same over to the 
Board of Pensions for the use of the superannuates. 

B. W. June of Amite, Louisiana having made a will of the naked owner- 
ship of a parcel of land in Amite, Louisiana, to the Louisiana Annual Con- 
ference of tne Methodist Church for the use and benefit of the Methodist 






122 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 

Orphanage and Children's Home at Ruston, subject to a life usufruct in favor 
of his wife, which will has been probated, therefore be it resolved that this 
Board transfer to the said Orphanage Board said property, and that B. A. 
Galloway president be authorized to sign said deed. 

It is recommended that the request of the Board of Church Location 
of the Alexandria District for the abandonment and sale of the Grace Methodist 
Church, be approved. 

The terms of the following members of this board are now expiring, we 
recommend that they be nominated and elected to succeed themselves, namely: 
Rev. Robert B. Crichlow, Robert C. Carter, W. D. Cotton and Robert J. 
O'Neal. 

Benedict Galloway, President 
Robert J. O'Neal, Secretary 

DISTRIBUTION OF BOARD OF PENSIONS FUNDS 

CONFERENCE CLAIMANTS DISTRIBUTION FUND 

Balance As of 6/1/67 $ -0- 

Receipts 

6/8/66 By Robert J. O'Neal __ .. $ 60,000.00 

9/9/66 By Robert J. O'Neal 75,000.00 

12/9/66 By Robert J. O'Neal 75,000.00 

4/7/67 By Robert J. O'Neal _.. .__ 12,000.00 222,000.00 

$222,000.00 
Disbursements 

Distributions to Claimants — July '66 
through May, '67-per attached sheet 201,817.82 
12/15/66 Trsf'd. to Add'l. Payments - 

66/67 Outside 1,161.79 

1/4/67 To RPF - 66/67 Relief Payments _ 589.08 203,568.69 

Balance As of 5/15/67 18,431.31 

Estimated Interest to 5/31/67 356.56 

Balance Estimated as of 5/31/67 $ 18,787.87 

STABILIZATION FUND 

Balance As of 6/1/66 $119,431.95 

Receipts — 0— 

$119,431.95 

Disbursements — 0— 

Balance As of 5/15/67 $119,431.95 

Estimated Interest @ 5% to 5/31/67 5,971.60 

Balance Estimated as of 5/31/67 $125,403.55 

THE BOARD OF PENSIONS OF 
THE METHODIST CHURCH, 
INCORPORATED IN ILLINOIS 

Dated: May 19, 1967 



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RESOLUTION 

BE IT RESOLVED that the members of the Board of Pensions of the 
Louisiana Annual Conference, South Central Jurisdiction, of The Methodist 
Church, are hereby authorized and directed to take all steps and perform all 
acts necessary to form a nonprofit corporation under the laws of the State of 
Louisiana appertaining thereto, for the purpose of performing all and singular 
the duties of the Board of Pensions of the Louisiana Annual Conference, as 
set forth in the Discipline of The Methodist Church and as provided from 
time to time by actions taken by the Annual Conference, which Articles of 
Incorporation shall provide that the members of the corporation shall be the 
members of the Conference Board of Pensions elected from time to time by 
the Annual Conference, and that said Articles of Incorporation shall not be 
amended except upon approval by the Annual Conference. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Articles of Incorporation shall 
conform substantially to proposed Articles of Incorporation, marked "Appendix 
A" and attached hereto and made a part of this Resolution by reference. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that it is the purpose of the Annual 
Conference, in adopting this Resolution, to cause the Conference Board of 
Pensions in effect to be incorporated and otherwise to conduct and manage 
the affairs entrusted to the Conference Board of Pensions in its corporate 
status as an agency of the Louisiana Annual Conference, South Central 
Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church. 

Resolution was duly adopted. 



COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES 



We would like to express for all who have shared in this Conference the 
gratitude felt toward each person contributing to its success. 

To Bishop Aubrey G. Walton our sincere thanks for his wonderful leader- 
ship, his patience and courage, and for the hours of tedious labor as he 
endeavored to correlate the work and efforts of our great church. 

To his lovely wife we give our heartfelt thanks for her genuine friendship 
and concern. We are always glad when she is in our midst. 

For the many courtesies and all accommodations extended to us by 
President Jack Wilkes and his staff, here at Centenary College, and by Dr. D. 
L. Dykes and his staff and people at First Methodist we express our deepest 
thanks. 

To Dr. Kermit Long we say thanks for the memory of stimulating 
messages and gems of superb humor. 

We would also express real empathy with the words expressed by 
Dr. D. L. Dykes in our Memorial Service, and with the words of worship 



124 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 

and devotion by our able worship and devotional leaders, both lay and 
clerical, each morning. 

We give our sincere thanks to the tellers, both lay and clerical, for their 
faithful service and prompt reports; to the resourceful leaders of all com- 
mittees for their work in expediting the responsibilities within our Conference; 
and, to the ushers and pages for their smiling, courteous services. 

For television, radio and newspaper coverage which carried activities of 
the Conference to the people, we express appreciation. 

For the impressive beauty of all renditions by the various choirs, for 
their faithfulness and that of the organists, we express gratitude. 

To the delegates and visitors whose faithful attendance, with a minimum 
of coffee breaks, meant much to the success of the Conference, we say 
"Thank you." 

We congratulate our esteemed friends Mrs. Glenn Laskey and the Rever- 
end A. W. Townsend who received Honorary degrees from Centenary College 

In closing we express to all members of Louisiana Methodism, in true 
sincerity of spirit, a strong wish that we continue in alertness and loyalty to 
keep alive the Spirit of our Lord in all of the affairs of men. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sam Nader 



CONFERENCE TREASURER'S REPORT 
STATISTICIANS CONDENSED REPORT - (TABLE 1) 
J. E. Heam, Statistician 



MEMBERSHIP 

1 Total full members reported last year 

2 Received on profession of faith or restored - 

3 Received from other Methodist Churches __ 

4 Received from other denominations 

5 Removed to other Methodist Churches 

6 Removed by Quarterly Conference or 
withdrawn 

7 Removed to other denominations 

8 Removed by death 

9 Total full members 

10 Average Attendance at Sunday Morning 

Worship Service 43,833 46,339 

BAPTISMS 

11 Infants presented for Baptism 

12 All others: children, youth, adults 

13 Preparatory members now on roll 



AST YEAR 
1965-1966 


THIS YEAR 
1966-1967 


122,997 
3,295 
5,094 
1,091 
4,862 


123,397 
3,303 
5,465 
1,319 
4,997 


1,940 

1,077 

1,201 

123,397 


1,981 

975 

1,254 

124,277 



1,434 


1,514 


1,341 


1,392 


15,826 


15,701 



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CHURCH SCHOOL MEMBERSHIP 

16 Total officers, teachers, and leaders 7,894 7,679 

17 Total children (0-11) 26,092 25,569 

18 Nursery Home Members 1,849 1 ' 740 

19 Total Youth (12-21) 15,985 15,300 

20 Youth Home and Extension Members 1,151 1,266 

21 Total Adults (22 and older) 24,767 24,842 

22 Adult Home and Extension Members 1,789 1,480 

23 Total Church School Membership 79,527 77,876 

ATTENDANCE 

24 Average Attendance at Sunday School 39,141 39,613 

25 Average Attendance Methodist Evening 

Fellowship 7,431 7,615 

26 Average Attendance additional sessions of 

children 4,117 4,774 

27 Average Attendance Methodist Youth 

Fellowship 5,905 5,746 

28 Average Attendance of Adults in Church School 

meetings other than Sunday School 2,992 3,070 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 

31 Number of Church Schools 431 425 

32 Methodist pupils and constituents in 

Vacation Church Schools 18,860 17,913 

33 Church School members joining the Church on 

Profession of Faith 2,265 2,403 

34 Number of classes or groups in Church School 4,168 4,008 

35 Number of classes or groups using approved 

Methodist lesson materials 3,943 3,659 

36 Church School offering for World Service and 

Conference Benevolences 10.637 10,389 

WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE 

37 Membership (Including Wesleyan Service 

Guilds) 14,275 14,321 

38 Amount paid for local work 94,240 113,325 

40 Membership in Methodist Men's Clubs 3,758 3,245 

41 Number of Together subscriptions 2,434 2,340 

42 Number of organized Churches 464 461 

PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 

44 Estimated value of Church buildings, 

equipment, land $48,112,492 $50,369,603 

45 Estimated value of Parsonages, furniture, land 6,297,461 6,610,493 

46 Estimated value of other assets (cash, bonds, 

etc ) 4,098,934 4,804,660 

47 Indebtedness on Items Nos. 44, 45 46 8,766,191 8,931,845 

48 Other Indebtedness 18,993 74,230 



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OTHER DISTRICT AND CONFERENCE PROPERTY 

District Parsonages 8 8 

Value 341,000 375,000 

Indebtedness 69,200 71,770 

Camps, Wesley Foundation Buildings, etc. 1,212,362 1,304,362 

Indebtedness 264,972 335,171 



STATISTICIAN'S CONDENSED REPORT - (TABLE 2) 
J. E. Hearn, Statistician 

APPORTIONMENT LAST YEAR THIS YEAR 
1966-1967 1965-1966 1966-1967 

EXPENDITURES FOR LOCAL CHURCH 

51 Paid on old indebtedness $1,875,824 $1,457,873 

52 Paid for buildings and improvements 899,277 1,228,704 

53 Paid for Church School materials, 

supplies, administration 401,148 ^ 404,194 

54 Paid on other current expenses 2,015,527 2,189,125 

MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 

55a Pastors' Salary Claim 1,501,845 1,535,761 

55b Salary Paid Pastors 1,494,398 1,543,554 

56a Associates' Salary Claim 120,609 84,370 

56b Associates' Salary Paid 117,011 98,604 

56c Total Paid Pastor and Associate 1,611,409 1,642,158 

57a Travel Allowance Paid Pastor 340,608 347,123 

57b Travel Allowance Paid Associate 24,815 17,080 

58a Utilities Paid Pastor 86,435 103,640 

58b Utilities Paid Associate 7,151 6,125 

59a District Superintendents': 

Apportioned $109,922 

59b District Superintendents': Paid 107,556 109,221 

60a Episcopal Fund: Apportioned 34,995 

60b Episcopal Fund: Paid 34,375 34,748 

61a Conference Claimants: Apportioned __ 309,900 

61b Conference Claimants: Paid 207,090 307,510 

62a Minimum Salary: Apportioned 15,968 

62b Minimum Salary: Paid 15,732 15,798 

CONNECTIONAL FUNDS 

65a General Administration Fund: 

Apportioned 17,000 

65b General Administration Fund: Paid __ 14,593 15,570 

66b Jurisdictional, Area, Conf. Fund: 

Paid 140,865 51,221 

67a Interdenominational Fund: 

Apportioned 9,504 

67b Interdenominational Fund: Paid 4,465 4,693 

68a Temporary General Aid Fund: 

Apportioned 5,009 



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68b Temporary General Aid Fund: Paid __ 3,190 3,871 
69 Conferenc Administration Fund: 

Paid 113 > 050 

WORLD SERVICE AND CONFERENCE BENEVOLENCES 

72a Apportioned 310,000 

72b Accepted 315,101 

72c Paid 308,677 314,588 

BENEVOLENCES 

73 World Service Special Gifts 16,641 14,180 

74 General Advance Specials 131,281 95,108 

75 One Great Hour of Sharing 8,841 9,917 

76 Fellowship of Suffering and Service _. 12,243 11,690 

77 Television-Radio Ministry Fund 8,519 10,165 

78 Mehodist Student Day 2,858 2,988 

79 Methodist Youth Fund 6,991 6,554 

80 Race Relations 4,185 4,709 

83 Christian Education Sunday 4,765 4,965 

84 Operational Exp., Colleges, 

Universities _ _ _ - - 81,367 80,296 

85 Operational Exp., Wesley 

Foundations _ _ _ _ 75,461 84,864 

86 Capital Expenditures: Colleges, 

Universities and Wesley Foundations 64,545 70,248 

87 Higher Education 8,000 16,473 

88 Conference Advance Specials 52,443 48,600 

89 Methodist Home Hospital 61,837 62,315 

90 Methodist Children's Home 133,650 143,562 

91 Louisiana Moral and Civic 

Foundation 14,297 14,901 

92 Personal Sustentation 7,994 6,891 

93 Pastor's Pension Fund 15,707 14,516 

94 All Other Benevolences 167,725 195,971 

95 W.S.C.S. and W.S.G. Cash Sent to 

District or Conference Treasurers 161,251 163,923 

99 GRAND TOTAL $9,139,338 $9,429,128 



CONFERENCE TREASURER'S REPORT 

Year 1966-1967 
CONFERENCE ADMINISTRATION FUND 



Balance June 1, 1966 

Received from Churches $113,126.93 

Sale of Conference Journals 126.50 

Interest on Money 625.00 

Disbursements: 

Treasurer's Salary 6,600.00 

Printing and Mailing Journals 4,444.74 

Editor: Honorarium and Expense 600.00 



71,146.46 



113,878.43 $ 185,024.89 



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Annual Conference Entertainment 500.00 

Office and Parsonage Rent 1,800.00 

Postage 345.00 

Office Supplies 485.04 

Audit: Treasurer's Books 175.00 

Treasurer's Insurance Premium % 167,18 

Treasurer's Conference Expense 104.00 

Treasurer's Bond 12.50 

Commission Expense 269.83 

Insurance on Office Supplies 53.05 

Expense on Decimal System 400.00 

Pay't. on Loan for Episcopal Residence .___ 4,530.84 

Upkeep for Episcopal Residence 2 000.00 

Area Council 77,615.00 

Cabinet Expense 79.36 

King-Hannaford Co. (James Christie) 253.73 

Episcopal Residence (Grant) 800.00 

Committee on Jurisdictional Affairs 180.50 

Treasurer's Pension Fund 590.76 

Office Help & extra exp. on tables 200.00 102,206.53 

Balance 62 818.36 

Money on Time Deposit in Banks 20,000.00 185,024.89 

MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 
Receipts: 

Bishop 34,780.71 

Balance from last year 3,327.00 38,107.71 

Conference Board of Pensions: 

From Churches 307,012.05 

From Preachers 17,523.39 

Special Appointments 14,555.70 

Interest on Money 625.00 339,716.14 

District Superintendents 109,271.25 

Balance from last year 23,804.10 133,075.35 510,899.20 

Disbursements: 

Bishop to General Treasurer 32,228.18 

Balance in Bishop's Fund 5,879.53 38,107.71 

Conference Board of Pensions: 

to Judge R. J. O'Neal 339,716.14 

District Superintendents: 

Salary 80,000.00 

Expense 24,000.00 

Telephone Exp. during Conference 592.83 

Cabinet Meeting Expense 1,000.00 

District Supt. Pension Fund 4,726.08 

Balance in Superintendents' Fund 22,756.44 133,075.35 510,899.20 

MINIMUM SALARY FUND 

Balance June 1, 1966 19,854.05 

Received from Churches 15,807.91 

Interest on Money with Building and Loan 658.33 

Received from Building and Loan 10,000.00 26,466.24 46,320.29 

Disbursements: 

Paid Claimants 13,797.76 

Paid Insurance Premium for Claimants ..._ 1,504.45 

Commission Expense 507.24 

Peoples Homestead, Monroe 10.000.00 

Methodist Investment Fund 10,000.00 

Balance 10,510.84 46,320.29 



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Money Invested from Minimum Salary: 

Building and Loan, Lafayette 10,000.00 

Peoples Homestead, Monroe 10,000.00 

Methodist Investment Fund 10,000.00 

Episcopal Residence 12,046.21 

PASTOR'S SUSTENTATION FUND 

Balance June 1, 1966 9,429.94 

Received from Preachers 9,044.04 

Received on Loan for Episcopal Residence 4,800.00 

Disbursements: 

Paid Claimants 3,822.84 

Peoples Homestead, Monroe 5,000.00 

Balance 14,451.14 

Money Invested for the Sustentation Fund: 

Peoples Homestead, Monroe 15,000.00 

Episcopal Residence 12,046.21 



23,273.98 



23,273.98 



CONNECTIONAL FUNDS 

General Administration to General 

Treasurer 15,555.97 

Jurisdictional to Jurisdictional Treasurer __ 8,286.52 

Interdenominational to General Treasurer __ 4,699.92 

Temporary G. Aid Fund to Gen. Treasurer 3,793.04 
Ministerial Education Fund, % to 

Jurisdictional Treasurer 14,639.91 

Ministerial Educ. Fund % to Conference __ 4,879.97 



51,855.33 



WORLD SERVICE AND CONFERENCE BENEVOLENCES 



BALANCE (Conference Benevolences) 

June 1, 1966 

Receipts: 

From Churches 310,444.29 

From Fourth Sunday 4,473.17 

Interest on Money 250.00 

Disbursements: 

World Service — General Treasurer 

Conference Benevolences: 

Board of Education: Administration ._„ 1,500.00 

Annuity Bonds 300.00 

Christian Higher Education __ 6,200.00 

Student Work 15,615.00 

Board of Deaconesses 300.00 

Board of Evangelism 500.00 

Board of Lay Activities 3,250.00 

Board of Ministerial Training 1,900.00 

Board of Missions 28,000.00 

Board of Christian Social Concerns 1,000.00 

Historical Commission 300.00 

Commission on Public Relations 300.00 

TRAFCO 500.00 

Commission on Town and Country 750.00 

Commission on Christian Vocation 500.00 

Commission on Worship 300.00 

Committee on Publishing Ints, 75.00 

Louisiana Methodist 4,600.00 

Methodist Home Hospital 5,846.00 



29,882.65 



315,167.46 



215,950.00 



345,050.11 



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Pastor's School 500.00 

Board of Hospitals and Homes 500.00 

Committee on Urban Life ._ 300.00 73,036.00 

Special Grants: 

Board of Evangelism 800.00 

Board of Education 6,000.00 

Camp Brewer 850.00 

TRAFCO 400.00 

Hospitals and Homes 500.00 

Committee on Urban Life 350.00 

Money Refunded 250.00 9,150.00 

Money on Time Deposit, Banks in Ruston 10.000.00 

LAMECO, Methodist Union, Shreveport ... 10,000.00 20,000.00 

Balance in Conference Benevolence 26,914.11 

SPECIAL WORLD SERVICE ITEMS 

Received from Churches 

Disbursements: 

General Advance Special 85,041.99 

One Great Hour of Sharing 9,814.81 

Fellowship of Suffering and Service ... 11,462.13 

Methodist T.V. Fund 10,219.21 

American Bible Society 78 - 73 

India Relief 2,765.36 

SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL ITEMS 

Received from Churches 

Disbursements: 

Student Day - Board of Education 2,907.42 

Methodist Youth Fund - Board of 

Education 6,861.55 

Race Relations - Board of Education .... 4,849.34 

Centenary College - 1.00 per Member - 

to College 78,428.02 

Centenary College - Development 

Program - to college 1,698.34 

Wesley Foundations — To Dist. 

Supts. Centers 40,751.27 

Rally Day - to Treasurer 4,958.84 

Mt. Sequoyah - to Dist. Supts. 

and Treasurer 2,069.30 

Louisiana Council of Churches — 

to Treasurer 2,049.02 

CONFERENCE AND DISTRICT ITEMS 

Received from Churches 

Disbursements: 

Methodist Home Hospital -to Hospital ..... 37,699.83 

Conference Advance Specials — to 

District Supts. 5,467.29 

District Missions — to Dist. Supts. 

and Treasurer 10,744.78 

District Work -to Dist. Supts. 

and Treasurer 12,510.92 

Golden Cross - to Dist. Supts. 

and Treasurer 5,072.69 



345,050.11 



119,382.23 



119,382.23 



144,573.10 



144,573.10 



102,666.09 



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La. Moral and Civic Foundation — 

to L.M.C.F. 

La. Moral and Civic Foundation Bldg. 
Fund to L.C.M.F. 

Methodist Children's Home — to Home .... 

Caney Lake — to Treasurer 

Retired Ministers' Homes — to Treasurer __ 

Migrant Ministry — to Treasurer 

1000 Club — to District Superintendents ^_ 
District Administration Fund — 

to Dist. Supts. 

Methodist Hospital, New Orleans, 

to Rev. John B. Koelemay 

RECAPITULATION 

Balance June 1, 1966 

Received from all Sources 

Disbursements: 

Conference Interest 963,746.53 

Connectional Interest 421,968.23 

Cash on Hand: 

District Superintendents' Fund 22,756.44 

Episcopal Fund 5,879.53 

Minimum Salary Fund 10,510.84 

Conference Administration Fund 62,818.36 

Pastors' Sustentation 14,451.14 

Conference Benevolences 26,914.11 



14,088.95 

71.63 
1,179.04 
2,073.47 
4,587.14 
1,413.07 
4,350.00 

1,367.75 

2,039.53 102,666.09 



157,444.20 
1.371,600.98 



1,385,714.76 



1,529,045.18 



143,330.42 1,529,045.18 



J. E. HEARN, Treasurer 



TOWN AND COUNTRY 

Report of Commission 



3. 



4. 



5. 



This Commission is concerned about several hardship cases of ministers' 
families. They are not getting minimum salary. This may be corrected 
by change of charge boundries or liberalizing the rules of Minimum 
Salary Commission. 

The Commission "memoralized" General Conference to allow Approved 
Supply Pastors with eight years of consecutive, acceptable service to vote 
in Annual Conference Sessions. 

We are working on delegation of 40 "decision makers" from this con- 
ference to the National Consultation on the Church in Community Life, 
an ecumenical, non-metropolitan meeting, at Columbus, Ohio, September 
5-8, 1967. Most have been secured. Upon returning, this delegation 
will have District, sub-District and local church meetings to share the 
Consultation with our conference. 

A pilot project to train 'men young in the ministry" in church admin- 
istration and practical theology is scheduled for the Baton Rouge District 
this summer or early fall. 

We urge the observance of Rural Life Sunday and Soil Conservation 
Week this coming spring. 



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6. Those churches having building programs are asked to share their plans 
with other churches by sending a copy to the Area Office for the building 
files. 

TELEVISION, RADIO AND FILM COMMISSION 

With the aid of General TRAFCO, two workshops were conducted this 
onference year. The chairmen are Hugh Baker, radio; Barry Bailey, tele- 
/ision, and William E. Nolan, audio-visuals. They are charged with the 
responsibility of leading districts and local churches in the use of materials 
produced by General TRAFCO. Dr. Gene Carter of New York, and Nelson 
Price of Nashville directed the first workshop. At a second workshop, 
Nelson Price and William Richards taught ministers from the Baton Rouge 
and Lafayette Districts the techniques of the radio program "Word and 
Music". 

As a result of the workshop, the following ministers have scheduled 
the "Word and Music" program: 

Rev. M. C. Cady, Assoc. Minister, First Methodist Church, Baton Rouge, 
WQXY-FM, 8:00 A.M., Sunday; October 30, 1966. 

Rev. William Blakely, Amite; WABL-AM; 12 Noon, Tuesdays; March 15, 
1967. 

Rev. Cleburne Quaid, Bogalusa; WIKC-AM; 10:00 A.M., Sundays; 
April 15, 1967. 

Rev. Robert Peyton, Bastrop; KTRY-KVOB; May 1, 1967. 

Rev. Gilbert Wade, Ferriday; FFNV; May 1, 1967. 

Rev. Duke Barron, New Iberia; KANE-AM; June 15, 1967. 

Certificates of recognition will be presented to these ministers during 
Annual Conference. 

William E. Nolan, chairman of audio-visuals, works with the Area Office 
in sending the ministers a list of films which are available from the Area 
Office. All new audio-visual aids are listed in "Saddlebags" which is mailed 
monthly by the Area Office to all ministers. 

The month of October, 1967, will be designated as "Television Evaluation 
Month" in our Annual Conference. Under the leadership of Barry Bailey, 
Chairman of Television, and through the ministers in our conference, a small 
booklet will be placed in families of our conference. The booklet will contain 
basic suggestions about viewing television programs, and inside each booklet 
will be four postal cards to be used by the family to let the local television 
station know their reactions to the programs. 

The Conference TRAFCO attended the luncheon meeting in New Orleans 
of General TRAFCO on March 16. Bishop Walton, president of General 
Television, Radio and Film Commission in American Methodism, presided. 
Bishop Walton and Dr. J. C. Love, a member of General TRAFCO and of the 
South Central Jurisdictional TRAFCO, continue to give leadership to TRAFCO, 



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not only in our conference but throughout the Church. They have attended 
the different meetings which required their presence throughout the year. 

Wilson Watson, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE 

WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE 

AND 

WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD 

TO THE LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

MAY 29 - JUNE 2, 1967 

It is a priviledge for me to make this report to the Louisiana Annual 
Conference and I appreciate the opportunity to do so. 

In January of this year, it was my very great priviledge to attend the 
Annual Meeting of the Woman's Division in Cincinnati, Ohio, and that of the 
Board of Missions in Louisville, Kentucky. It was wonderful to have this 
opportunity during my first year as Conference President, for it enlarged my 
vision and increased my knowledge. 

Miss Mildred Evans, Conference Guild Secretary, and I are indebted 
to the many who have given us help and guidance during this year. Parti- 
cularly do we wish to acknowledge the help of Miss Arline Tyler, immediate 
past Conference Guild Secretary, and Mrs. G. W. Dameron, immedaite past 
President of the Conference Woman's Society. Miss Evans and I have 
worked closely together through the year and this report is also her report. 

This has been a year of Challenge and Response for the women of the 
Louisiana Conference Woman's Society and Guild. Involved in this 
challenge and response have been changes which were necessary that our 
program of Mission Study might be more cooperative with that of the Church. 
This has been carried on from the Regional School of Christian Mission 
through Conference Schools, the Committee functioning under the Conference 
Board of Mission, the District Mission Study Conferences and into the local 
societies which have had Churchwide Mission Studies. We expect to do even 
better this next year in working cooperatively. 

We have ventured forth in the field of Ecumenism in many ways; 
through participation in the program of Church Women United and through 
an invitation extended to the members of the Women's Society of the two 
churches of the Evangelical United Brethren located here in Louisiana to 
meet with us in our Annual Meeting held in Lake Charles, in March. The 
Conference Woman's Society invited the members of the Executive Committee 
Louisiana Conference Woman's Society Central Jurisdiction to attend the 
Annual Meeting also. 



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One of the most rewarding of all the undertakings of the Conference 
Executive Committee was that of a second phase of Self Study. The district 
vice presidents and the district secretaries of Spiritual Life Cultivation were 
brought in to meet with the Executive Committee as they would be involved 
in carrying this into the districts. The purpose of this Self Study was to 
consider the effects of the first phase of Self Study on us as individuals - 
deepened faith, acceptance of ourselves as an individual - attitudes and habits, 
and to discover the relationship between our actions and our faith as an 
individual, as members of the Woman's Society and Guild, and as members of 
the Church. It is hoped that each local society will engage in this most 
rewarding experience. 

A special challenge was that of being chosen to have one of twelve (12) 
Hub-City Workshops in the United States on World Understanding - Focus 
Africa. This was held at the University Methodist Church, Baton Rouge. 
Representatives of 12 Conferences of the South Central and Central Jurisdic- 
tions, in addition to many local people, participated in this workshop, a follow 
up of World Understanding Workshops held in Africa, sponsored by the 
Section on Christian Social Relations of the Woman's Division. From these 
Hub-City Workshops it is hoped that there will be thousands of "Spin Offs" 
over the United States. 

We have cooperated in sending college and youth representatives to the 
Missionary Conference at Mt. Sequoyah. We will again sponsor an out of 
state Mission Tour for Youth on June 5th. This year 37 young people of the 
78 who applied have been selected to go on the Tour. The young people 
have developed a real sense of Christian fellowship as they have participated 
in the tours and have had a revealing and inspiring experience as they have 
seen the Church at work in so many ways. 

Mrs. Nell Coulter Peach was commissioned a Deaconess and one U. S. 2, 
Miss Brenda Moorman, has gone from our Conference this past year. 

Training in many areas has been provided during this year. In May 
the officers and secretaries and chairmen of the Woman's Society and the 
Wesleyan Service Guild of the South Central Jurisdiction participated in a 
Leadership Performance Task Group under the direction of Dr. Howard 
Hamm, General Secretary of the Division of the Local Church of the Methodist 
Board of Education. This was held at Mt. Sequoyah. 

Membership continues to be of vital concern to the Woman's Society 
and the Wesleyan Service Guild. We are somewhat more encouraged than 
we were this time last year for the membership seems to be stabilizing across 
the country and in Louisiana. There have been six new societies organized 
and one reactivated, giving us 323 societies. Two new Guilds have been 
organized making a total of 100 Units. This gives us a total membership 
of approximately 14,808 members which is not an increase over last year's 
membership. 

The Conference did not meet the pledge it had made. An amount of 
$139,565.26 was paid on the pledge to Missions. Our total giving of 
$173,161.48 included pledges to Missions, Supply Work, A Call to Prayer 
and Self Denial and other special offerings. This was $1,656.39 more than 
the total amount given last year. This does not include an amount of 



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$1,784.24 given to the Louisiana Moral and Civic Foundation nor funds used 
in local church and community endeavors. MYFunds are no longer sent 
through the Woman's Division but are sent directly to the National Division. 

Yes, the challenges have been many, but so have the opportunities to 
grow been increased as our horizons of study, interest and service have been 
extended. The Woman's Society and Wesleyan Service Guild will have 
more challenges in the year to come, but realizing that without change, there 
is no growth, we shall face them with courage and the belief that the 
Woman's Society and the Wesleyan Service Cuild have an important role 
to play in carrying on the work of the Methodist Church. 

Mrs. Charles B. McGowan, President 
Louisiana Conference Woman's 
Society of Christian Service 



COMMISSION ON WORSHIP 

The full report of the conference Commission on Worship will be found 
on pages 47 of the 1967 Pre-Conference Reports, which report includes the 
following recommendations: 

(1) That every local church make available the necessary funds to send its 
pastor, chairman of the Commission on Worship, choir director, organist- 
pianist, and other interested persons to the CONVOCATION ON WOR- 
SHIP to be held October 27-28, 1967, at First Methodist Church, Baton 
Rouge. 

(2) That every local church organize a Commission on Worship, and that 
every pastor provide leadership for this Commission so that the worship 
in our churches may become truly the vital "work of the people" and 
a valid expression of the faith of the congregation, and not just the 
handiwork of the clergy. 

(3) That very careful study be given by building committees and congrega- 
tions planning new church buildings to the worship needs of our people, 
so that new buildings may be both fitting expressions of our faith and 
efficient instruments for our worship and mission as the people of God. 

(4) That every local church secure and faithfully use the new editions of 
The Methodist Hymnal and The Book of Worship. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James E. Christie, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON URBAN WORK 

The Inner-City Parish in New Orleans, now in its fifth year, strives 
toward two objectives: First, to strengthen the program of the four inner-city 
churches; and, second, to minister to the needs of persons living within the 
inner-city neighborhoods. To reach the first goal a cooperative ministry has 



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been established involving the four inner-city churches. Joint Methodist 
Youth Fellowship, School of Missions, Quarterly Conference, and other areas of 
outreach are now being held. An Inter-Racial Dialogue Group has been 
created to improve understanding between races. The needs of persons living 
in the inner-city neighborhoods are met through tutorial services, domestic 
skill classes, coffee house ministry, Spanish speaking work, Parish Prison re- 
habilitation involvement, teen canteen, Befriend a Youth Program, Fixit Shop, 
and personal counseling. The support of suburban churches with both 
material resources and person involvement is needed for the growth and 
vitality of the inner-city program. 

As an outgrowth of the National Urban Convocation held in Chicago in 
1966 and with the experience gained from the Inner-City Parish in New Or- 
leans, a Louisiana Area Urban Workshop will be held on October 7, 1967 in 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Delegates to this confrence will be appointed by 
the several district superintendents and will be notified very soon. Travel 
expense of these delegates will be paid. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Benedict A. Galloway, Chairman 



RESOLUTION 
Board of Trustees 

BE IT RESOLVED that the members of the Board of Pensions of the 
Louisiana Annual Conference, South Central Jurisdiction, The Methodist 
Church, are hereby authorized and directed to take all steps and perform all 
acts necessary to form a nonprofit corporation under the laws of the State of 
Louisiana appertaining thereto, for the purposes of performing all and 
singular the duties of the Board of Pensions of the Louisiana Annual Con- 
ference, as set forth in the Discipline of The Methodist Church and as provided 
from time to time by actions taken by the Annual Conference, which Articles 
of Incorporation shall provide that the members of the corporation shall be the 
members of the Conference Board of Pensions elected from time to time by 
the Annual Conference, and that said Articles of Incorporation shall not be 
amended except upon approval by the Annual Conference. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Articles of Incorporation shall 
conform substantially to proposed Articles of Incorporation, marked "Appendix 
A" and attached hereto and made a part of this Resolution by reference. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that it is the purpose of the Annual 
Conference, in adopting this Resolution, to cause the Conference Board of 
Pensions in effect to be incorporated and otherwise to conduct and manage 
the affairs entrusted to the Conference Board of Pensions in its corporate status 
as an agency of the Louisiana Annual Conference, South Central Jurisdiction, 
of The Methodist Church. Adopted. 



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RESOLUTION 

Board of Trustees 

WHEREAS, the Grace Methodist Church situated in the Alexandria 
District of the Louisiana Annual Conference with property as hereinafter 
described located near Pineville, Louisiana, in Rapides Parish, has dis- 
continued services and the following described property is no longer used 
and has been abandoned by the congregation; and 

WHEREAS, the District Superintendent of the Alexandria District, the 
presiding Rishop, and a majority of the District Superintendents and the Dis- 
trict Roard of Church Location and Ruilding have consented to the declaration 
that the Grace Methodist Church be discontinued and abandoned; and 

WHEREAS, it is the desire of the parties above named to have the 
Louisiana Annual Conference declare the above described church discontinued 
and abandoned; and 

WHEREAS, no lawful Trustees of the Grace Methodist Church remain 
in office nor has any disposition been made by Trustees of the Grace 
Methodist Church of the below described property; 

NOW THEREFORE, RE IT RESOLVED by the Louisiana Annual 
Conference of the South Central Jurisdiction of The Methodist Church in 
Annual Conference assembled that the Grace Methodist Church of the 
Alexandria District of this Annual Conference located near Pineville, Louisiana, 
be and the same is hereby declared abandoned and discontinued. 

RE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Trustees of this Annual Con- 
ference be and they are hereby authorized and directed to sell or dispose 
of the following described property formerly used and occupied by the Grace 
Methodist Church, said property being described as follows: 

A certain piece, parcel or tract of land, together with all improvements 
thereon, being, lying and located in the Parish of Rapides, States of 
Louisiana, and being described as Lots 15 and 16 of Square 12 of the 
Gray Subdivision to the Town of Pineville, Louisiana. 

RE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Conference Roard of Trustees 
of this Annual Conference be authorized to make such sale or conveyance for 
such price and under such terms and conditions as in its discretion is proper 
and that upon the consummation of the sale of such property the proceeds 
thereof be transferred to the District Roard of Church Locations and Ruilding 
of the Alexandria District to be applied against the mortgage indebtedness of 
St. Paul's Methodist Church located in Rapides Parish, Louisiana. 

(ADOPTED) 

RESOLUTION 

Board of Trustees 

WHEREAS, the Mt. Zion Methodist Church, situated in the Ruston 
District of the Louisiana Annual Conference with property hereinafter de- 



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scribed, located near Minden, Louisiana, in Webster Parish, discontinued 
services in 1922 when the Church building burned, and the congregation 
joined other churches, and 

WHEREAS, the District Superintendent of the Ruston District, the pre- 
siding Bishop, a majority of the District Superintendents, and the District Board 
of Church Location have consented to the declaration that the Mt. Zion 
Methodist Church be discontinued and abandoned, and, 

WHEREAS, it is the desire of the parties above named to have the 
Louisiana Annual Conference declare the above described church discon- 
tinued and abandoned, and 

WHEREAS, there is a cemetery on the property hereinafter described, 
and 

WHEREAS, the decendents of some of the families buried in the said 
cemetery have formed the Mt. Zion Cemetery Association, Incorporated, a 
non-profit corporation, for the purpose of caring for the said cemetery, and 

WHEREAS, no lawful Trustees of the Mt. Zion Church remain in office, 
nor has any disposition been made by Trustees of Mt. Zion Methodist Church 
of the below described property, 

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Louisiana Annual 
Conference of the South Central Jurisdiction of the Methodist Church in 
Annual Conference assembled 

THAT, the Mt. Zion Methodist Church of the Ruston District of this 
Annual Conference, located near Minden, Louisiana, be and the same is 
hereby declared abandoned and discontinued. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT, Trustees of this Annual Con- 
ference be and they are hereby authorized and directed to donate to the Mt. 
Zion Cemetery Association, Inc., the following described property formerly 
used as Mt. Zion Methodist Church, said property being more specifically 
described as follows: 

Commencing at the Southwest Corner of Northeast Quarter of 
Southeast Quarter, Section 27, Township 19 North, Range 8 West, 
Webster Parish, Louisiana; thence, run North 5.50 chains; thence, 
East 8 chains; thence, South 5.50 chains; thence, West 8 chains to 
point of beginning, containing 4.40 acres, more or less. 

Robert J. O. O'Neal 
Secretary, Board of Trustees, 
Louisiana Annual Conference 

Benedict A. Galloway 
President, Board of Trustees, 
Louisiana Annual Conference 



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CERTIFICATE 

I, W. Ralph Cain, Secretary of the Louisiana Annual Conference, South 
Central Jurisdiction of The Methodist Church. 

DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the above and foregoing is a true and 
correct copy of the resolution adopted by this Annual Conference, in annual 
session assembled at Shreveport, Louisiana, on the 2 day of June, 1967. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, witness my official signature on this the 
2nd day of June, 1967. 

(ADOPTED) 

W. Ralph Cain, Secretary 



RESOLUTION ON THE 
GRANT-IN-AID BILL 

WHEREAS, a strong system of public schools is essential for democratic 
society, 

WHEREAS, we recognize the right of any individual or group to 
establish private schools, 

WHEREAS, the state of Louisiana cannot afford to support a system of 
private schools without jeopardizing adequate financial support of public 
schools 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the 1967 Louisiana Annual 
Conference of The Methodist Church express its opposition to House Bill 161, 
providing state grants to children attending private (sectarian or non-sectarian) 
elementary and secondary schools, 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that copies of this resolution be sent to 
the Governor and all members of the Louisiana Senate. 

(ADOPTED) 

Board of Social Concerns 

A MEMORIAL 

To The General Conference 

WHEREAS there are certain men across our Church who have rendered 
good and meritorious service through the years, and 

WHEREAS these men have completed the necessary work for ordination, 
but are not eligible to be received into "full connection" and are therefore 
disqualified on all matters of vote, and, 

WHEREAS because these men are serving churches from which delegates 
are elected and are eligible to vote in all sessions of the Annual Conference 
while their pastors are not, the voice of these churches is not as effective as 



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it might be in setting policy and program governing the activities and plans 
of the local church, 

WE THEREFORE as members of the Town and Country Commission of 
the Louisiana Annual Conference meeting in session on this twenty-fourth 
day of February, nineteen hundred and sixty-seven, do memorialize the 
General Conference of the Methodiist Church through the Louisiana Annual 
Conference that — 

Those men who are ordained clergy and who have been serving as 
pastors of charges for eight consecutive years or more as "approved supply 
pastors" be given the right to vote on all matters at all sessions of the Annual 
Conference with the exception of those matters pertaining to ministerial 
status and relations. 

(ADOPTED) 

Respectfuly submitted, 
Garland C. Dean, Jr. — Chairman, 
Commission on Town & Country 
Work, Louisiana Annual Conference 



A MEMORIAL TO THE GENERAL CONFERENCE 

WHEREAS, the Methodist Church has been a pioneer in the ecumenical 
movement, and 

WHEREAS, our ministry to the world is hampered by denominational 
divisions which deny our claim to be one in Christ, and 

WHEREAS, the consultation on Church Union has already worked out 
a remarkable instrument to facilitate union of ten participating churches, 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Louisiana Annual Conference 
petition the General Conference to vote for full Methodist participation in all 
future proceedings of the consultation on Church Union. 

In particular, we petition the General Conference to accept the invitation 
from the Consultation on Church Union to authorize delegates to negotiate 
and participate in the formation of the organization of the New Church Union. 

(ADOPTED) 

Submited by, 
L. Ray Branton 



RESOLUTION REL PROPOSED CONSTITUTION OF THE 
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH AND ENABLING LEGISLATION 

WHEREAS the 1966 adjourned session of the 1964 General Conference 
did, by a vote of 749 in favor and 40 opposed, approved the Proposed Consti- 
tution of The United Methodist Church and Enabling Legislation, and 



JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 141 

WHEREAS in accordance with Paragraph 10 of the 1964 Discipline of 
The Methodist Church, said General Conference has submitted the Proposed 
Constitution of The United Methodist Church and Enabling Legislation to the 
Annual Conferences for approval, 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Louisiana Annual Conference in 
session at Shreveport on May 30, 1967 does hereby approve the Proposed 
Constitution of The United Methodist Church and Enabling Legislation. 
(NOT APPROVED BY THE CONFERENCE) 



RESOLUTION ON THE CENTRAL JURISDICTION 

By the adoption of this Resolution each Annual Conference, each 
Jurisdictional Conference, the General Conference, each College of 
Bishops and the Council of Bishops pledge their best efforts to eliminate 
as soon as possible all forms of racial structure from the organization 
of The Methodist Church, and further pledge to do everything possible 
to develop greater understanding and brotherhood in all aspects of 
church life and work. 

Each Annual Conference and Jurisdictional Conference which has been 
part of a merger of churches or Conferences formerly separated by 
racial distinctions pledges its best efforts to work out all remaining 
adjustments, to use the ability of both clergy and laymen wherever they 
can be most effective in the work of the Church, and to serve all 
people without regard to race. 

"Where such mergers have not yet been realized, each such Conference 
expresses its earnest determination to work toward such merger at the 
earliest possible date and hereby pledges to establish a Committee on 
Inter-Conference Relations composed of an equal number of ministers, 
laymen and youth to implement the recommendations and resolutions 
of this report and recommendation of the Plan of Action for the elimina- 
tion of the Central Jurisdiction adopted by the 1964 General Conference 
and that each board and agency of the Church be alert for opportunities 
to assist each Committee in every possible way. 

Whenever such mergers hereafter take place the continuing Annual 
Conference will: 

a. Accept into its membership, with all the same rights, privileges, 
status and obligations all ministerial members (whether on trial or 
in full connection) appointed to charges located geographically 
within the continuing Conference, and all ministerial members un- 
der special appointment or retired ministerial members who hold 
Quarterly Conference membership in a local church located geo- 
graphically within the boundaries of the continuing Conference. 

b. Insofar as possible, the ministerial and lay persons now serving on 
boards and agencies of both of the merging Conferences shall serve 
during the current quadrennium on like or similar boards and 
agencies shall be open to all persons on the basis of their qualifica- 



• 



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tions without regard to race. In the event any Disciplinary pro- 
vision limiting the number of members of a board or agency should 
prevent the continuation of all members during the current quadren- 
nium, the Cabinet shall determine which members shall continue, 
in the spirit of this Resolution, being careful to provide for a 
continuing representation of both of the former Conferences. 

c. Within the boundaries of such a continuing Conference opportunities 
for spiritual and intellectual growth in Christian service shall be 
made available to all without regard to race or color. Such equal 
opportunities shall be provided particularly in such aspects of 
Conference programs as activities of the Woman's Society of 
Christian Service, Wesleyan Service Guild, youth work, leadership 
training enterprises and the Board of Lay Activities. 

"4. Pertaining to Southeastern Jurisdiction. . . 

"5. Pertaining to Southeastern Jurisdiction. . . 

"6. Upon the adoption of this Resolution by a 2/3rds vote of those present 
and voting in each of the Louisiana, Southwest, Texas and West Texas 
Conferences of the Central Jurisdiction, in all the Annual Conferences 
of the Central Jurisdiction, and in all the Annual Conferences of the 
South Central Jurisdiction, the bishop formerly serving the Southwestern 
Area of the Central Jurisdiction shall be transferred to the South Central 
Jurisdiction for residential and presidential service, and the Louisiana, 
Southwest, Texas and West Texas Conferences formerly part of the 
Central Jurisdiction will be Conferences of the South Central 
Jurisdiction. 

"7. Pertaining to Southeastern Jurisdiction. . . 

"8. By the adoption of this Resolution by the Southeastern and South 
Central Jurisdictional Conferences and by the Colleges of Bishops of 
Southeastern and South Central it is determined that beginning in 1968 
the episcopal residences and Areas will be so arranged that no Area 
will be composed solely of Annual Conferences formerly part of the 
Central Jurisdiction. 

"9. By the adoption of this Resolution the Council of Bishops evidences its 
readiness to transfer bishops across Jurisdictional lines in order to 
effectuate the purpose of this Resolution, and the bishops individually 
affirm their readiness to serve wherever they can be of greatest use. 

10. By the adoption of this Resolution each Annual Conference, each Juris- 
dictional Conference, the General Conference, each College of Bishops 
and the Council of Bishops express their determination to do everything 
possible to bring about the elimination of any structural organization 
in The Methodist Church based on race at the earliest possible date 
and not later than the close of the Jurisdictional Conferences of 1972. 
They further express their earnest determination to do everything pos- 
sible to develop greater understanding and brotherhood in Methodism 
as well as in the world." 



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WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 
Report No. 1 of Commission 

World Service and Conference Benevolences is the "life blood" without 
which the Boards, Commissions, Committees, and many agencies of the Church 
cannot operate. This is true on the Annual Conference level as well as on 
the General church level. Giving to this program is increasingly important 
and challenging. 

Your Commission believes that it is becoming more and more apparent 
that there is a continuing need for regarding World Service and Conference 
Benevolences as the personal responsibility of each member of the local 
church. Every church member needs to know more about the benevolent 
causes which these funds support. When church people know where their 
money goes, they have greater interest and they respond more generously. We 
urge each Pastor and lay leader to utilize every method and procedure avail- 
able, and to use their own ingenuity to present the thrilling story of World 
Service to the whole congregation. Let's keep the Church's "life blood" 
flowing. 

The Louisiana Conference has had another good year. The response 
of the local church to the challenge of increased giving has been inspiring. 
Let us join in thanks to Almighty God for making it possible for the people 
called Methodist, Louisiana Methodist that is, to "dream dreams", to "see 
visions", and to take responsive and responsible action to the continuing 
challenges of the day. 

Now, let us give our attention to several general matters. 
We remind the Conference and its agencies that no financial appeal, 
whether by Conference or institutional interests, shall be made without the 
approval of this Commission, unless otherwise excepted. (See Par. 810, 811 
of the 1964 Discipline). 

We also remind all ministers and churches that remittances for World 
Service and Conference Benevolences as well as Ministerial Claims items 
shall be made monthly, if practical, but at least quarterly to the Conference 
Treasurer. (See Par. 804, 823 of 1964 Discipline). 

The fiscal year for the Louisiana Annual Conference shall be from June 
1 to May 31. All Conference reports and payments should be made to the 
Conference Treasurer by May 15 of the Conference year. The Commission 
authorizes the Treasurer to close his books on May 15, accepting only such 
reports as are postmarked by midnight of that date. 

WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 

Report No. 2 

Recommendations 

In accordance with the action of the General Conference, we suggest 
that an amount equal to $1.00 per member be paid by each local church 



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for the support of Centenary College, and that an amount of $1.00 per 
member be paid for the support of the Wesley Foundation. 

We recommend that the Board of Directors of the Methodist Home Hos- 
pital be granted the privilege of presenting the Maintenance Budget of the 
Home to each local church with a suggested amount of 4 per cent of the 
Pastor's salary to be raised by that church. Christmas Sunday, December 24, 
1967 shall be designated as Methodist Home Hospital Sunday and the offering 
for maintenance is to be received on that day unless otherwise planned by 
the local church. 

We also recommend that the Louisiana Moral and Civic Foundation be 
given both moral and financial support as well as every opportunity to present 
its cause to the local church and community. A suggested goal of 25«/* 
per member is urged. 

We urge that the month of November be observed as Retired Ministers' 
Homes month and that Sunday, November 5, 1967 be designated as Retired 
Ministers' Homes Sunday. An offering should be received for the support of 
this work at this time (or any other time selected by the local church). 

We commend for the consideration of the local church the wholehearted 
support of Lydia E. Patterson Institute. If maintenance support is being 
offered, please mark it clearly "Maintenance". If support is being given to the 
Building Fund, please mark it "Building". We urge completion of all giving 
to the Emergency Capital Funds Campaign this year. 

We request that all churches give their full support to the Methodist 
Children's Home in Ruston. Proper observance should be made of both the 
Fall and Spring emphasis in support of this agency. Dates for special offering 
Sundays are October 15, 1967 and April 14, 1968. 

We urge continued support of the building and operating prograiA oi 
Methodist Hospital in New Orleans. The Conference is reminded that this 
is Louisiana Methodism's newest service agency and deserves our best support. 
Further, we recommend that Sunday, January 14, 1968 be designated as 
Methodist Hospital Sunday, at which time this cause is to be lifted up as a 
concern of the Conference with an offering being received for its initial 
operating costs. 

The Commission highly recommends a continued emphasis by all churches 
on Advance Specials, both General and Conference, requesting however, that 
all churches pay in full their World Service and Conference Benevolence 
apportionment before appropriating funds for Second Mile projects. We 
should know that World Service and Conference Benevolences is the real 
foundation for all other programs in the Church. 

The Conference is reminded of its obligation to support the Jurisdictional 
Ministerial Education Fund in the amount of 1% of the local church's operat- 
ing budget. This important concern deserves our concerned support. 

We recommend to the Conference the continued support of Western 
Methodist Assembly at Mount Sequoyah with a goal of $10 per pastoral 
charge. Each District is to raise the amount on the basis of the total number 
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We recommend that the amount for support of Louisiana Council of 
Churches be apportioned to the districts and that each District Superintendent 
direct its apportionment to each local church. 

It is recommended that the First National Bank of Ruston, Louisiana be 
designated as the Official Depository for all funds of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference. 

The Commission recommends the continuation of the system of apportion- 
ments on the decimal plan (for details, see the Conference Rules in the 
Journal). The decimal shall be applied to the following Conference items: 

(I) District Superintendent's Fund; (2) Episcopal Fund; (3) Board of Pensions; 
(4) Minimum Salary Fund; (5) General Conference Administration Fund; 
(6) Jurisdictional Conference Administration Fund; (7) Annual Conference 
Administration Fund; (8) Interdenominational Cooperation Fund; (9) Temp- 
orary General Aid Fund; (10) World Service and Conference Benevolences; 

(II) Radio and Television Fund. 

With regard to the Pastor's Expense Account and Utilities Expense, the 
Commission recommends to the Conference that (1) permission be granted 
to the pastoral charge to pay an amount not to exceed $1500.00 as Expense, 
provided that the salary set by the Fourth Quarterly Conference be maintained, 
and that in no event a charge be allowed to reduce its salary in order to raise 
the expense account; and (2) permission be granted to the pastoral charge to 
pay an amount not to exceed $600.00 as Utilities Expense, provided that the 
salary not be reduced below the 1966-67 level. 

In order to comply with Federal Income Tax regulations, we recommend 
that Utilities on the Bishop's residence, District Parsonages, and Parsonages 
used by the Area Director and Ministerial Associate, the Executive Secretary of 
the Board of Education, the Promotional Director of Methodist Hospital, and 
the Conference Treasurer be considered a part of their salary as a "Housing 
Allowance". 



WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 

Report No. 3 

Conference Administration 

The Conference Administration Fund continues to "limp" slightly because 
of "beatings" it has received in other years. However, more and more it is 
proving its "reason for existence". The Area Council office which receives 
about 70% of these funds is increasingly showing its practical service to the 
Conference. As this truth becomes more widespread to individual local church 
members, the collection of these funds will more nearly aproach 100%. We 
urge each Pastor and layman to become more knowledgeable concerning the 
importance of this Fund and to lead their church toward total support. 






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The Commission is holding the line on the total amount to be appor- 
tioned for 1967-68. The amount recommended for approval is $122,000.00. 
It includes the following items: 

Conference Journal $ 4,600.00 

Editor, Expense and Honorarium 600.00 

Conference Treasurer, Salary 6,600.00 

Office and Parsonage Allowance 1,800.00 

Expense of the Office 1,700.00 

Episcopal Residence, Loan & Interest (Minimum Salary Com.) 4,500.00 

General Upkeep 2,000.00 

Camp Brewer 1,000.00 

Annual Conference, Entertainment 500.00 

Expenses (Programs, etc.) 250.00 

Decimal System Expense 600.00 

World Service Commission Expense 750.00 

Area Council (for 1968-69 operation) 90,000.00 

Contingency 7,100.00 

TOTAL $ 122,000.00 

We remind all interested persons that extra copies of the Conference 
Journal may be ordered at $2.00 each through the Conference Secretary. 



WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 

Report No. 4 
Apportionments 

The Commission recommends that the Louisiana Annual Conference ac- 
cept the following apportionments for the Conference Year 1967-68: 

District Superintendents Fund $115,000.00 

Episcopal Fund 35,000.00 

Board of Pensions 410,000.00 

Minimum Salary 16,000.00 

General Conference Administration 17,000.00 

Jurisdictional Conference Administration 9,500.00 

Annual Conference Administration 122,000.00 

Interdenominational Cooperation Fund 9,500.00 

Temporary General Aid Fund 5,000.00 

World Service and Conference Benevolences 320,000.00 

Radio and TV Fund 12,000.00 

World Service and Conference Benevolences is broken down as follows 

World Service (67.48%) $215,950.00 

Conference Benevolences (32.52%) 104,050.00 



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The Conference Benevolence Budget is divided as follows: 

Board of Deaconesses 400.00 

Board of Education-Administration 1,500.00 

-Annuity Bonds 300.00 

-Student Work 15,615.00 

Board of Education, Christian Higher Education ____ 6,200.00 

Board of Evangelism 750.00 

Board of Hospitals and Homes 500.00 

Board of Lay Activities 4,250.00 

Board of Ministerial Training 2,000.00 

Board of Missions 28,000.00 

Board of Christian Social Concerns ._. 1,000.00 

Historical Commission 300.00 

Commission on Public Relations 300.00 

Television, Radio and Film Commission 500.00 

Commission on Town and Country 1,000.00 

Commission on Christian Vocations 500.00 

Commission on Worship 300.00 

Advisory Committee on Jurisdictional Affairs _ 500.00 

Committee on Publishing Interests 75.00 

Committee on Urban Life 150.00 

Louisiana Methodist 4,600.00 

Methodist Home Hospital 5,846.00 

Pastor's School 500.00 

Contingency 28,964.00 

TOTAL $ 104,050.00 

The above amounts have been apportioned to the local churches to be 
paid to the Conference during 1967-68. The amounts for the Area Council 
portion of Conference Administration, and the Conference Benevolences 
(if they are collected in full) will be disbursed by the Conference Treasurer 
at the end of 1967-68 for use by the individual Boards and Agencies during 
the 1968-69 Conference year. 

The percentage of the Episcopal Fund is an amount equal to two per 
cent of the salary or salaries paid the pastor or pastors serving in the 
Louisiana Annual Conference. The same is to be computed on the preceding 
year for the succeeding year, and is apportioned to the churches on the 
Decimal plan. 

The Treasurer of the Conference is hereby authorized to pay each District 
Superintendent an annual salary of $10,500.00 and an expense account of 
$3,000.00. He is also authorized to pay up to $1,000.00 from the Fund for 
extra travel to Cabinet meetings, and up to $500.00 for telephone calls involv- 
ing appointments. It is recommended that each District make available an 
additional amount of not less than $600.00 and not more than $3,000.00 as an 
Office and Secretarial Expense Fund to be drawn upon by the District Super- 
intendent after approval by the District Stewards. 

The Commission herewith reminds all agencies, boards, commissions, 
and committees that they are required to submit a financial statement at the 



148 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



end of each Conference year, together with plans, programs, and askings 
for the coming year. A preliminary report will be requested by the Commis- 
sion sometime in the Spring. A final report will be expected by June 30 using 
a format which includes receipts, budget items and expenditures against each 
budget item, plus balances in each item and final balance. Operating funds 
will be withheld until the Commission receives this financial statement. Also, 
the Commission reminds all concerned that it expects a list of all investments 
and returns therefrom shall be submitted to the Commission and to the Con- 
ference annually. 



WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 
Report No. 5— Special Grants 

Board of Education— Administration (Area Council) .... $5,500.00 

Board of Evangelism 1,000.00 

Board of Lay Activities 1,000.00 

Commission on Town and Country 2,000.00 

Commission on Worship 300.00 

Committee on Urban Life 550.00 

Advisory Committee on Jurisdictional Affairs 500.00 

Louisiana State Council of Churches 1,500.00 



WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 
RESOLUTION 

BE IT RESOLVED that the Louisiana Annual Conference of The 
Methodist Church be empowered to purchase individual Retirement Annuity 
Contracts or Retirement Endowment Contracts providing a death benefit no 
greater than one hundred (100) times the monthly retirement benefit payable 
at the projected date of retirement for employees of The Methodist Church 
in accordance with Section 403(b) (1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, 
as amended, and the Regulations from time to time, in effect thereunder. 

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such Contracts may, at the 
exclusive option of the employer be purchased in lieu of paying a salary 
increase or a portion of a salary increase to any employee. And, in addition 
each employee shall have the right, at his option, to contract for a reduction 
in future salary in a manner that will result in such reduction being applied 
to the purchase of said Contract or Contracts for him; such reduction to apply- 
only to salary not yet earned by the employee. Said premiums shall be 
remitted directly by employer to the (Insurance Company); said Contracts to 
be owned by, and payable to, the designated individual employees. The 
maximum premium remitted in any one year for each employee shall not 
exceed the exclusion allowance determined pursuant to Section 403(b) (2) of 
the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended; and the sum total of the 



JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 149 



cash compensation and remitted premium shall not exceed the otherwise 
allowable salary level for any individual employee. 

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the salary paid in cash and the 
premiums remitted for any such Contract or Contracts shall be added together 
for the purpose of determining the status of an employee, for whom such 
Contract or Contracts were purchased, with reference to promotions (when 
contingent upon salary level), pay scales, salary levels, the calculation of 
retirement benefits, the amount of group insurance if calculated on the basis 
of salary, and for all other purposes whatsoever wherein the employee's salary 
is determinitive of rights or benefits. The Treasurer is authorized to pay the 
premium for said Contracts as and when they become due. 



WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 
RESOLUTION 

RESOLVED that the total salaries and expenses of the District Superin- 
tendents paid by the Annual Conference shall be the average to the next 
$100.00 of the twenty highest totals as shown on the Worksheets of the 
Cabinet which totals shall include the pastor's salary, expense, and utilities. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above resolution become and be 
included as a Conference Rule. 



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JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 163 



DIRECTORY 

RETIRED MEMBERS, EFFECTIVE MEMBERS, MEMBERS ON TRIAL, 
APPROVED SUPPLIES, LAY DELEGATES 
WITH RECORD OF ATTENDANCE AT 122ND SESSION 

An "Asterisk" indicates did not register at the 122nd Session 

Abbreviations: A- Alexandria; BR-Baton Rouge; L-Lafayette; LC-Lake Charles, 
M-Monroe; NO-New Orleans; R-Ruston; S-Shreveport; RS-Retired Supply 



RETIRED MEMBERS 

Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Alford Jason A. (377-6706), Rt. 1, Box 142A, Minden 71055 Retired 

Bengtson, W. H. (256-3636), Box 575, Many, La. 71449 Retired 

Boddie, David B. (2-0835), Box 712, Jena 71342 Retired 

*Bodie, Luther A., 108 Hazelnut Drive, Denham Springs, La. 70726 ___ Retired 
Branton, Razzie Ray (234-8360), 1004 W. University, 

Lafayette 70501 RS Ebenezer 

♦Buck, Elsworth J., Rt. 1, Box 249, Sibley 71073 Retired 

Caraway, Porter M. (631-2127), 3730 Judson, 

Shreveport 71109 RS Assoc., First Church S 

♦Carlstrom, T. O. (596-2401), 1310 Knollwood Rd., Apt. 43F 

Seal Beach, Calif. 90740 Retired 

Carrington, Lovice A. (422-6091), 619 Springhill Ave., 

Shreveport 71101 Retired 

♦Carroll, William H., 3011 N. 7th St., 

West Monroe 71291 RS Walnut Grove 

Clayton, Robert L., Sr. (861-0467), 369 Gloria, Shreveport 71105 __ Retired 

Collins, Frank C. (631-0816), 2900 Lillian, Shreveport 71109 Retired 

Corley, E. W. (325-2436), 2507 N. 9th St., West Monroe 71291 Retired 

*Corry, George H., 632 W. 4th St., Homer 71040 Retired 

Cotten, C. J. T. (992-5890), Rt. 1, Box 147, Trout 71371 ____ RS Liberty Chapel 
Dameron, George W. (445-6146), 112 Redd Dr., Pineville 71360 ..._.. Retired 

*Davis, John J., Sicily Island 71368 Retired 

♦Doss, William L. (624-1232), 510 1st W. St, Haynesville 71038 Retired 

Drake, Edward P. (372-7007), 2369 Coronet Pi, Jackson, Miss. 39204 Retired 
Durbin, B. Paul, 1100 S. Farmerville, 

Ruston 71270 RS Antioch-Frantom Chapel 

♦Freeman, Arthur M, 201 Boundary St, Montevallo, Ala. 35115 Retired 

♦Garrett, James T. (443), Box 415, Chatham 71226 RS Centerpoint 

*George, Albert D. (583-1453), 107 Park Ave, 

Hattiesburg, Miss. 39401 Retired 

*Gibbs, Hubert A. (433-1350), 1813 17th St, 

Lake Charles 70601 RS Assoc, 1st Church LC 

♦Gieck, John G. (255-3342), 1100 S. Farmerville, Ruston 71270 Retired 

♦Giles, William H. (297-6769), Box 117, Luthersville, Ga. 30251 Retired 

♦Grambling, James B. (635-4782), 3728 Judson, Shreveport 71109 _i__ Retired 



164 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Hearne, Falcon L. (325-4789), 205 Coleman Ave., 

West Monroe 71291 Retired 

Hearne, R. H. (396-2253), Rt. 1, Box 298, W. Monroe 71291 ______ RS Concord 

Hicks, Guy M. (255-6171), 209 Bernard, Ruston 71270 Retired 

*Hotalen, W. Earl (926-5786), Box 1026, Baton Rouge 70821 Retired 

Johns, Henry L. (387-4206), 2406 Katherine, Monroe, La. 71201 ______ Retired 

Jones, James A. (5-012), Box 92, Gibsland 71028 Retired 

Knight, James A. (477-8809), 3506 E. Roosevelt Dr., 

Lake Charles 70602 RS Merryville-Broadlands 

^Lambert, John M., Rt. 2, Jayess, Miss. 39641 Retired 

*Law, Ashley T., 3424 Memorial St., Alexandria, Va. 22306 Retired 

*Lee, Morris C, Atlanta, Texas 75551 Retired 

Lipscomb, T. Duncan (357-9700), 5865 Clayton, Baton Rouge 70805 Retired 

Lynch, Wesley O., Sr. (567-9495), Rt. 2, Deatsville, Ala. 36022 Retired 

McKay, Emmett L. (635-0168), 3726 Judson, Shreveport 71109 Retired 

McKisson, Theron T., P. O. Box 66, Winnsboro 71295 Retired 

*Martin, Alban M. (436-3212), 1017 Miller Ave., Westlake 70669 ______ Retired 

*Melbert, Nathaniel H., 202 Sunnycrest Dr., 

San Antonio, Texas 76901 Retired 

*Milton, Willie D., Walker, La. 70785 Retired 

*Redmon, John T., 1617 N. 25th, Hollywood, Fla. 33020 Retired 

*Rorie, Thomas O., Jr., 3801 Compton St., 

Little Rock, Ark. 72205 Retired 

*Sawyer, Levi M. (377-1260), 815 Tillman, Minden 71055 Retired 

Seegers, Sidney A. (2-818), Box 247, Columbia, La. 71418 Retired 

*Shaw, Clyde T., 1124 Hellman, Long Beach, Calif. 70800 Retired 

Sibley, Pleasant W. (MO 5-8830), Rt. 1, Box 57 A, Walker 70785 ______ Retired 

Spinks, Otis W. (255-0936), 1100 S. Farmerville, 

Ruston 71270 RS Assoc, Trinity R 

*Spinks, Thurman (868-9746), 5280 Dixie Garden Dr., 

Shreveport 71 105 Retired 

'Staples, Robert Howard (544-2410), Box 26, Castor 71016 RS Castor 

*Stapleton, Oliver C. (255-0251), 1100 S. Farmerville, Ruston 71270 ____ Retired 
Sylvest, Edwin E., Sr. (735-1493), 1819 Willow Rd, Bogalusa 70427 Retired 

Taylor, Byron C. (868-5142), 974 Audubon, Shreveport 71105 Retired 

*Tisdale, William O. (529-3037), 1601 S. Main, Springhill 71075 Retired 

*Tucker, Ollie L. (255-3106), 308 E. Texas, Ruston 71270 Retired 

Wardlow, Mrs. Lula (646-2809), Box 123, Montgomery 71454 Retired 

Wendt, W. R. (635-3153), 3121 Gorton Rd., Shreveport 71109 __ RS Keatchie 

White, C. B. (477-8823), 508 Jefferson, Lake Charles 70601 Retired 

*Wilson, John F. (868-9495), 437 W. 69th St., Shreveport 71106 Retired 

*Wynne, A. M., Rt. 1, Bernice, La. 71222 Retired 

*Yeager, Ira L. (323-6560), 4405 Jackson, Monroe 71201 Retired 

RETIRED APPROVED SUPPLY 

*Lantrip, S. L., Rt. 1, Florien 71428 Retired 

Shaw, L. Grafton, 1408 Maple, Winnfield 71483 Retired 

Thibodeaux, C. J. (526-4610), Box 184, Labadieville 70372 Retired 



JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 165 



Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

•Thompson, Mrs. Lelia V. Hickman, Box 17, Simmesport 71369 ... .. Retired 
Westbrook, V. L. (255-0727), Box 103, Clay 71228 .. - Clay 

SUPERNUMERARY 

*Jones, James S. (645-4694), Rt. 2, Box 75, Jackson 70748 ... - Supernumerary 

EFFECTIVE MEMBERS 

Aamodt, August E. (861-1885), 2051 Shadywood Lane, 

Shreveport 71105 Assoc. 1st Church S 

Adams, James L. (686-3576), 1011 Flournoy-Lucas Rd., 

Shreveport 71108 Summer Grove S 

Allen, Reuel H. (458-8601), 515 Federal Ave., 

Morgan City 70380 ----- Mor S an Cit y 

Alverson, Don W. (891-5967), 2023 Milan St., 

New Orleans 70115 Napoleon Ave. NO 

Arnold, Tracy R. (893-1754), Box 655, 

Abbeville 70510 Abbeville-Pecan Island 

Babington, Thomas M., Ill (454-4744), 188 - 45 H 71st Crescent 

Flushing, N. Y. 11365 Chaplain, V. A. Hospital 

Bailey, H. Berry (921-5138), 9964 Mollylea Dr., 

Baton Rouge 70815 Broadmoor BR 

Baker, Arthur M. (861-0603), 255 Roma Dr., Shreveport 71105 - St. Luke's S 

Baker', Hugh L., Jr. (357-2927), Rt. 1, Box 360, Baker 70714 Blackwater 

Baker, Walter L. (356-1513), 6127 Glen Oaks, 

Baton Rouge 70811 St. Luke's-Port Allen BR 

*Barefield, Robert S., Florida State University , 

Tallahassee, Fla. 32301 Student 

Barham, W. Carl, Sr. (683-5400), Box 585, 

Clinton 70722 Clinton-Clear Creek 

*Baringer, John F., Ecumenical Institute, Chicago, 111. Interne 

Barksdale, Edwin J. (2-3025), Box 127, Jena 71342 :..... Nolly Memorial-Belah 
Barron, Duke Robert (369-3514), 238 W. St. Peter, 

New Iberia 70560 New Ibena 

Beasley, James L. (631-7640), 3715 Youree Dr., 

Shreveport 71105 Assoc, Broadmoor S 

Bell, Clark W. (27), Box 88, Tallulah 71282 - Tallulah 

Bengtson, Robert W. (872-0960), 508 Polk, Mansfield 71052 .. - Mansfield 
Bentley, Robert M. (PR 5-5579), Rt. 1, 

Cameron 70631 - Cameron-Grand Chemer 

Bergeron, Tommy R. (ED 4-5771), Rt. 2, Box 256, 

Rayne 70578 Mian Bayou-Kaplan 

Bevill, Lillard R. (765-3754), Box 385, 

Pollock 71467 Pollock-Selma-Bentley 

Bevill, Woodrow W. (697-4386), Box 177, Logansport 71049 ... ._ Logansport 
Blackwood, Wallace P. (3526), Box 336, 

St. Joseph 71366 St. Joseph-Wesley 



166 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Blakely, G. Eldred (2364), Box 156, Jonesboro 71251 _ . Jonesboro 

Blakely, William C. (5351), 808 N. Duncan, Amite 70422 Amite 

Blakeman, H. Warren (343-6366), 2127 Terrace Ave 

Baton Rouge 70806 '[_ ^ lst church fiR 

*Blount, Forest N., Jr., Post Chapel, 

Tuslog Det. 27 APO N.Y., N.Y. 09663 Chaplain, U.S. Army 

Blount, Henry C, Jr. (734-5201), Box 631, Welsh 70591 Welsh 

Boddie, Wyatt D. (783-5481), 315 E. Third St. 

Crowley 70526 . lst CWh Crowl 

Bond, Beverly E. (355-4852), 5824 Linden 

Baton Rouge 70805 .'. North Baton Ro 

Booth, Luther L. (887-3733), 2512 Margie St 

Metairie 70003 _'_ St Matthew > s NO 

Bowdon, J. Henry, Sr. (234-1276), 401 Live Oak Dr. 

Lafayette 70501 DS , Lafayette District 

Bowdon, J. Henry, Jr. (687-4005), 907 Canal, 

Plaquemine 70764 pi„ 

Boyd, Joseph W. (2482), Box 126, Columbia 71418 Columbia-Hebert 

Branton, L. Ray (361-5774), 3427 Somerset Dr. 

New Orleans 70114 . Aurora Nd 

Broadus, Lars L. (627-5488), Box 416, 

Colfax 71417 [ Colfax-Hollins Chapel 

Brown, Alfred M. (345-6456), 701 E. Thomas, Hammond 70401 _.__ 1st Church 

Brown, Tillman A. (6587), Box 95, Quitman 71268 Quitman 

Butts, William J., Jr. (3351), Box 192, 

Gibsland 71028 Gibsland-Oak Grove 

Cady, M. C. (342-2986), 6011 S. Pollard Pkwy 

Baton Rouge 70808 .'. Assoc . lst church RR 

Cain, A. Jerome (872-4302), 624 Morningside, Houma 70360 1st Church 

Cain, W. Ralph (635-5688), 3021 Curtis Lane, 

Shreveport 71109 Mangum Memorial s 

Caraway, James J. (927-3379), Box 357, 

Homer 71040 Homer-Wesley Chapel 

Caraway, Stone W. (375-2292), Box 626, Vivian 71082 Vivian 

Carithers, Kenneth K. (823-4382), Box 35, Bonita 71223 Bonita-Jones 

Carroll, Paul C. (439-9747), Box 536, West Lake 70669 West Lake 

Carruth, Angus L. (824-2117), Box 712, Jennings 70546 Jennings 

^Carter, Paul W. (665-8813), Box 278, 

Walker 70785 Walker-Mangum-Fellowship 

Carter, Robert C. (457-2901), 521 S. Fifth St., 

Eunice 70535 '_ Eunice-Ville Platte 

Carter, Robert E. (631-4992), 2603 Merwin, 

Shreveport 71103 Wynn Memorial s 

Christie, James E. (239-2282), 300 N. Fifth, Leesville 71446 _ Leesville 

Clark, Clyde S. (282-9774), 5032 St. Bernard, 

New Orleans 70112 . First church NO 

Cloyd, Oscar E. (686-2869), 9008 Blom Blvd., 

Shreveport 71108 christ church s 



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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

*Coker, John Calvin (888-2181), 1317 Clearview, 

Metairie 70001 Metairie NO 

Coles, Rupert D. (282-8693), 4701 Stephen Girard, 

New Orleans 70126 St. Mark's-John Wesley NO 

* Collie, Robert M., Pacific School of Religion 

Berkley, California 94700 Student 

Collins, Albert A. (775-1598), Box 158, Baker 70714 _ - Baker 

*Conerly, Abe M. (281-5354), 500 Cox St., 

Bastrop 71220 Memorial, Bastrop-Beekman 

Coody, Arby W. (463-6023), 1006 MacArthur, 

DeRidder 70634 Wesley-Holly Grove 

Cooke, Jack (342-7978), 5243 Whitehaven, 

Baton Rouge 70802 Reilley Memorial Univ. BR 

Cooke, R. Leonard (477-9925), Box 801, 

Lake Charles 70601 DS, Lake Charles District 

Coppage, Louis M., Jr. (443-8246), 2019 Clover Lane, 

Alexandria 71301 Horseshoe Drive A 

Corley, John David (368-9154), Box 231, Farmerville 71241 __ ... Farmerville 
Corley, Marvin H. (355-1077), 2614 Huron St., 

Baton Rouge 70805 - Istrouma BR 

Crammer, Heaton B. (435-6907), Box 605, 

Gilbert 71336 Gilbert-Boeuf Prairie 

Crichlow, Robert B. (868-2418), 6002 Fern, Shreveport 71105 .... Broadmoor S 
Crofoot, Raymond Melvin (477-8425), Rt. 3, Box 469 A F, 

Lake Charles 70601 Fairview-Sweetlake LC 

Crosby, Thomas O., Jr. (644-4678), Box 491, Gonzales 70737 Gonzales 

Cunningham, George B. (865-9954), 2216 Clovis, 

Bossier City 71010 Curtis Park-Love Chapel 

Dampier, S. Burl (339-3651), 303 2nd St., Jonesville 71343 ... _ Jonesville 
Daughenbaugh, Howard L., Jr. (888-1134), 1609 Akron Ave., 

Metairie 70003 Dir. Wes. Fdn., Tulane-Newcomb 

Dawson, Dana, Jr. (921-2988), 1542 Ingleside, 

Baton Rouge 70821 First Church BR 

Dean, Garland C, Jr. (786-6416), Box 574, DeQuincy 70633 ... - DeQuincy 
Deen, Daniel R. (ME 4-7431), Box 184, 

Elizabeth 70638 , Elizabeth-Hopewell 

Douglas, Luman E. (865-4756), 451 Sandefur,- 

Shreveport 71105 Area Council Director 

Duerson, George A. (652-6311), Rt. 1, Box 854, 

LaPlace 70068 Lutcher-LaPlace 

Dufresne, Edgar C. (686-6136), 3049 Louise, Shreveport 71108 ..... Wesley S 
*Durbin, Paul G., Office of the Chaplain, Hq. 1st Signal Battalion, 

APO N.Y., N.Y. 09035 Chaplain, U.S. Army 

Durham, Floyd M. (422-8853), 2761 Barrett, Shreveport 71104 __ ... Oil City 
Dykes, D. L., Jr. (861-2717), 623 Oak Hills, 

Shreveport 71106 Fi ^ Church S 

Edwards, Conrad P. (ED 4-3612), 308 N. Parkerson, 

Rayne 70578 Rayne-Branch 



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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Edwards, Oakley E. (875-7359), 1209 Hammersmith Lane, 

Ocean Springs, Miss. 39564 Chaplain, U.S. Air Force 

*Ellzey, Howard D., USAGH Landstuhl, Box 15 

APO N.Y., N.Y. 09180 Chaplain, U.S. Army 

Emanuel, Samuel P. (584-2827), Box 477, Elton 70532 Elton-Basile 

Emmerich, Earl B. (868-5362), 285 Wilkinson, 

Shreveport 71104 '____ Assoc, Area Council Dir. 

Eubanks, William I. (665-5471), Box 138, Watson 70786 Live Oak 

Evans, James O. (373-0853), 748 Bayou Shores 

Monroe 71201 .. St Mark > s M 

*Ezell, Harry E. (255-2572), Methodist Children's Home 

P. O. Box H, Ruston 71270 Superintendent 

Fairley, J. Vernon (2,8565), Box 48, Trout 71371 Trout-Eden-Urania 

Felder, M. David (861-6886), 4112 Fairfax, Shreveport 71108 ._ Morningside S 

Finnin, William M. (777-3996), Box 176, Dubach 70135 Dubach-Hilly 

Flowers, Ira W. (373-3348), 411 Sherrouse, Monroe 71201 Memorial M 

Flurry, Fred S. (322-4305), 1626 Milton, Monroe 71201 St. Paul's M 

Fogle, Joseph E. (834-1918), 1128 Sena Dr., 

Metairie 70005 _ Assoc>? lst church NO 

Foreman, Lloyd A. (784-6222), Box 156, Luling 70070 Luling 

Forman, Brady B. (345-3390), 903 W. Colorado, 

Hammond 70401 Wesley Fdn. Dir. Southeastern La. College 

Fraser, William P. (423-9658), 1618 Dudley Lane 

Bossier City 71010 [ lst CWh 

Frazier, Clyde C, Jr. (282-6131), 6645 Spanish Ft. Blvd., 

New Orleans 70124 Lake V ista NO 

Friedrich, Roland K. (443-7937), Box 31, 

Pineville 71360 __ Chaplain, Cent. La. State Hospital 

*Fulkerson, Maurice D., 131 Arizona Ave. Santa Monica, Calif. 90401 

Executive Sect, of Santa Monica Bay Council of Churches 
Fuller, Clarence C, Jr., 2212 Nashville Ave., New Orleans 70115 

Assoc. Dir. of Curriculum, Dept. of Human Relations Loyola University 
*Futch, Ladell J., C/O B. E. Culbertson, Star Route, 

Shepherdsville, Kentucky Sabbatical Leave 

Galatas, Robert I. (776-2591), P. O. Box 99, 

Le Compte 71346 LeCompte-Bayou Chicot-Cheneyville 

Galloway, Benedict A. (891-3757), 1421 Constantinople, 

New Orleans 70115 NO Rayne Memorial 

Garrett, Roy L. (234-8173), 101 Pontiac Rd., 

Lafayette 70502 Davidson-Ivanhoe 

Giessen, Charles H. (647-3624), Box 114, Mer Rouge 71261 Mer Rouge 

Gilbert, Lawrence L. (774-2445), 319 New Orleans, 

Lake Arthur [ Lake Arthur 

Golson, Ollie L., Jr. (584-2838), Rt. 1, Box 72, Elton 70532 Raymond 

Guttierrez, Milton P., II, P. O. Box 2039, 

Lafayette 70504 Assoc, lst Church L 

Hall, Donald J. (833-1850), 700 West Jefferson Pk. Ave, 

New Orleans 70121 Jefferson NO 



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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Hall, William T., Jr. (749-3472), Box 237, 

Waterproof 71375 Waterproof-Clayton 

Hancock, Alton O. (865-3305), 2055 Shadywood Lane, 

Shreveport 71105 Asst. Prof, of Religion Centenary College 

Harbuck, George W. (325-6658), 1303 Speed Ave, 

Monroe 71201 1st Church M 

Harkins, George W. (255-2520), 1200 Dubach St., 

Ruston 71270 Grace-Wesley-Chapel 

Harper, Jolly B. (352-3905), 307 Percy St., Natchitoches 71457 ____ 1st Church 
Harrington, Harry A, Jr. (768-4695), Box 56, 

Choudrant 71227 Choudrant-Douglas 

Harris, James T. (861-3195), 1721 S. Carrollton, 

New Orleans 70118 Carrollton NO 

Haug, Edward R. (325-7212), 501 Hilton, 

Monroe, 71201 DS, Monroe District 

Hearn, John E. (155-2475), 1418 Brewster, 

Ruston 71270 Conference Treasurer-Summerfield 

Hearn, J. Woodrow (AX 2-5159), 703 Medical Arts Bldg. 

Fort Worth, Texas — Executive Dir, Ft. Worth Area Council of Churches 
Henkel, Claude Ed. (777-3537), Rt. 1, Box 30, 

Dubach 71235 Harmony Chapel-Lisbon-Arizona 

*Hess, George M, Miss. State University, Starkville, Miss. Student 

Hodges, James E. (582-3042), Box 144, 

Iowa 70647 Iowa-Bell City-Hayes 

Hoffpauir, C. Richard (486-5873), 116 Leah St., 

Pineville 71360 Palestine-Bethel 

*Holcombe, George R, Ecumenical Institute, Chicago, 111. Interne 

Holladay, Samuel S, (253-9262), 612 N. Main, 

Marksville 71351 Marksville-Oak Grove 

Holley, Bonnie Ruth (874-2893), Box 76, 

Collinston 71229 _■ Collinston-Bonne Idee 

Horton, James Ryan, Jr., P. O. Box 263, Bell Chasse 70037 Belle Chasse 

House, Edwin H., Jr. (748-5625), Box 266, 

Glenmora 71433 Glenmora-Forest Hill-Fellowship 

Howell, William F. (335-2411), P. O. Box 366, 

Oakdale 71463 Oakdale-Pine Prairie 

Howes, Ted T. (878-5536), 715 Charter, Delhi 71232 Delhi 

Humphreys, Charles B. (342-4867), 244 Clara Dr, 

Baton Rouge 70808 Assoc, Reilley Memorial University BR 

Humphreys, James H. (949-3612), P. O. Box 185, 

Haughton 71037 Haughton 

Hurley, Albert S. (897-0975), 1125 Eleonore St, 

New Orleans 70115 Parker Memorial NO 

Irving, William R, Jr. (892-3618), 811 W. 11th Ave, 

Covington 70433 Covington 

Jackson, Douglas E. (368-4213), 7344 Fieldgate Dr, 

Dallas, Texas 75230 Professor, Perkins SMU 

Jacocks, Williams M. (863-7294), Box 280, 

Pearl River 70452 Pearl River-Talisheek 



170 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Jamieson, Robert H. (463-8915), 205 N. Pine, 

DeRidder 70634 DeRidder-Pine Grove 

Johns, John R. (2683), Box 185, Wisner 71378 - Wisner 

Jones, James W. (887-3032), 1409 Airline Park Blvd., 

Metairie 70003 Assoc., St. Matthews NO 

Jones, Lael S. (447-4287), 1257 Canal Blvd., 

Thibodaux 70301 Thibodaux-Vacherie-Gibson 

Joyner, Lea (325-8872), 1618 S. 5th Street, Monroe 71201 - Southside 

Keasler, Edwin A. (2222), Box 547, Mooringsport 71060 Mooringsport 

Kellogg, John F. (229-8594), P. O. Box 105, 

Tangipahoa 70465 Tangipahoa-Pine Ridge 

Kilpatrick, John F. (442-6319), 1818 Texas Ave., 

Alexandria 71301 DS, Alexandria District 

Koelemay, John B. (288-7477), 1719 Mendez, 

New Orleans 70122 Promotional Director, Methodist Hospital 

Krmnnow, Clarence B. (938-5225), Box 188, Greenwood 71033 .... Greenwood 
Lancaster, Thomas M. (355-4996), 4754, Charles St., 

Baton Rouge 70805 Winbourne BR 

Lankford, Frank C. (684-5654), 442 Plaquemine, 

Church Point 70525 Church Point-Pitreville 

Lapuyade, Calvin O. (249-5491), Box 416, 

Chatham 71226 Chatham-Mt. Pleasant-Zoar 

*Larche, Lucien E., 7500th ABGp. Box 646, 

APO N.Y., N.Y. 09218 Chaplain, U.S. Air Force 

Lawton, Bob L. 654-4818), 4205 Church Street, Zachary 70791 Zachary 

Lee, Oakley (433-3807), 2305 17th St., Lake Charles 70601 __... Oak Park LC 
*Levingston, Warren L., Peabody College For Teachers, 

Nashville, Tenn. Student 

Lilly, Sale Trice (395-3117), Box 656, Patterson 70392 Patterson 

Love, Ira A. (326-4746), P. O. Box 156, 

Plain Dealing 71064 Plain Dealing-Walker's Chapel 

Lowe, Terral T. (832-4537), Box 308, 

Cotton Valley 71018 Cotton Valley-Sarepta 

Lueg, Carl F., Sr. (288-8030), 4827 Bancroft Dr., 

New Orleans 70122 DS, New Orleans District 

Lynch, Wesley O., Jr. (377-5510), 303 Lakeshore, 

Minden 71055 Lakeview-Pleasant Valley 

McCammon, Charles R. (828-3796), 922 Main, Franklin 70538 Franklin 

McClain, Joe Wayne (982-5971), Box 86, 

Downsville 71234 Downsville-Bethel-Mt. Nebo 

McClung, W. Harold (287-3241), Box 326, Hosston 71043 Hosston-Ida 

McDowell, Kenneth G. (325-8353), 310 Park Ave., 

W. Monroe 71291 1st Church, W. Monroe 

McFarland, Marvin R. (358-1185), Box 157, Pride 70770 Bethel 

McGuire, Douglas L. (255-2741), 300 N. Vienna, Ruston 71270 .... Trinity R 
McKeithen, J. P. (361-5456), 1706 Bodenger Blvd., 

New Orleans 70114 Algiers NO 

McKnight, Alton A. (728-2434), 909 S. Julia, 

Rayville 71269 Rayville-Holly Ridge 



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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

*McLean, James A., Georgia State College, 

Lagrange, Georgia 30240 Assoc. Professor of Art 

*Martin, B. Joseph, Nicholls State College, 

Thibodaux 70301 Professor Lockport-Raceland 

Martin, Carey A. (8532), Box 242, Kentwood 70444 Kentwood 

Matthews, James W., Jr. (738-2254), Box 297, Kinder 70648 __ Kinder-Oberlin 
Mayo, William F. (288-2886), 4677 Spain St., 

New Orleans 70122 _ Gentilly NO 

Mead, Frederick A. (657-9584), Box 709, Buras 70041 .,.. Trinity-Asbury NO 

Means, Jerry A. (757-4012), Box 448, Ferriday 71334 ______ Ferriday 

Meek, Richard R. (2661), P. O. Box 265, Newellton 71357 Newellton 

Merrill, Merlin W. (477-7300), 629 W. LaGrange, 

Lake Charles 70601 University LC 

Messer, Glendon R. (775-4326), 5745 Guice Dr., 

Baton Rouge 70811 St. Paul BR 

*Meyers, Robert Dale, Jr. (793-2141), P. O. Box 186, 

Boyce 71409 Boyce-Seiper-Lahey Chapel 

Midyett, Jack H. (866-9823), 2514 Nashville Ave., 

New Orleans 70115 Supt. Methodist Home Hospital 

*Milby, T. H., Jr., 1525 Camden Way, 

Norman, Okla. 73069 Sc. Librarian, Univ. of Oklahoma 

Miller, Robert R. (GA 8-3244), Box 299, Oak Grove 71263 Oak Grove 

Milton, Williams S. (879-2792), 120 Hialeah, 

Houma 70360 Houma Heights-Lagrange Memorial-Dulac 

Moreland, Byrl J., Jr. (442-7502) 3223 Madonna, 

Alexandria 71301 Trinity A 

Morris, Virgil D. (528-5172), The Bixler Bldg., 2400 N. W. 23rd 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 73107 _..... Executive Sect. South Central Jurisdiction 
Mouser, Roy E, (439-4336), 2129 11th St., Lake Charles 70601 ____ Simpson LC 

Nader, Sam (868-7014), 3522 Madison Park, Shreveport 71104 Noel S 

Nash, Roy Brown (373-3741), 4104 Grammont, 

Monroe 71201 Wesley Fdn. Dir. NSC 

Nolan, William E. (631-4778), 5550 S. Lakeshore Dr., 

Shreveport 71109 Lakeview S 

*Norris, John M., Union Theological Seminary, 

New York, N.Y. Professor of Greek 

Norton, Kenneth D. (924-6269), 10230 Mollylea Dr., 

Baton Rouge Assoc, Broadmoor BR 

Oliphint, Benjamin R. (442-5351), 2107 Jackson, 

Alexandria 71301 1st Church A 

*Patton, Issac A., Jr. (387-0181), 111 Walters, 

W. Monroe 71291 Brownsville M 

Pearce, George F., Jr. (861-6922), 839 Monrovia, 

Shreveport 71106 DS, Shreveport District 

Pearce, Nicholas D. (322-6792), 1508 S. 6th Street, 

Monroe 71201 Stone Ave. M 

Peeples, William D. (477-3472), 736 Morningside, 

Lake Charles 70601 St. Luke LC 



172 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Perrott, T. Wayne (582-2564), 107 13th Ave., 

Hattiesburg, Miss 39401 .... Assoc. Prof. Sociology William Carey College 
Petty, Benjamin A. (361-1743), 3436 Lovers Lane, 

Dallas Tex. 75225 Assoc, Professor, SMU 

Peyton, Robert L. (281-2191), 420 S. Washington, Bastrop 71220 .. 1st Church 
Pickens, Edward O. (665-2353), 320 Mattie, 

Denham Springs 70726 Denham Springs 

Pickering, J. Delton (344-6779), 467 E. Chimes, 

Baton Rouge 70802 Wesley Fdn. Dir. LSU 

Pickett, Henry E. (646-3332), Box 56, 

Montgomery 71454 Montgomery-Campti 

Pinkard, Collins, D. (644-3144), 307 E. Ascension, 

Gonzales 70737 Faithful-New River-Meadows Chapel 

Pledger, William F. (865-9634), 108 Atkins, 

Shreveport 71104 Professor of Sociology & Religion, Centenary Col. 

Pomeroy, George W. (439-4740), 812 Kirkman, 

Lake Charles 70601 1st Church LC 

Pomeroy, Webb D. (861-1342), 3739 Greenway PL, 

Shreveport 71105 Professor & Head of Dept. of Religion, Centenary 

Poole, Daniel W. (527-9244), 401 Ruth Street, 

Sulphur 70663 Henning Memorial 

Poole, James (589-7175), Box 657, Vinton 70668 Vinton 

Potter, Robert L. (242-3444), 4600 Arthur Drive, 

New Orleans 70127 St. Andrew NO 

Pregeant, W. Russell, Box 1021 Station B., Vanderbilt Universiy, 

Nashville, Tenn. Student Graduate School 

Price, Harold L. (433-9707), 6921 Menlo St., 

Baton Rouge 70808 St. John's BR 

Quaid, Cleburne (732-3148), Box 1143, 

Bogalusa 70427 Elizabeth Sullivan Mem. 

* Reeves, James E., Fleet Chaplain (Cinclant) Comservlant Box 24, 

Norfolk, Va. 23511 Chaplain U.S. Navy 

Reid, William J. (882-6878), P. O. Box 2548, 

Maplewood 70663 Maplewood-Hackberry 

Rickey, Henry A. (255-2041), 319 Glendale Dr., 

Ruston 71270 : DS, Ruston District 

Risinger, Donald M. (422-8451), 3854 Eddy PL, 

Shreveport 71107 North Highlands S 

^Roberts, Quitman C, Jr. (834-6135), 1203 Metairie Rd, 

Metairie 70005 Assoc, Munholland NO 

Robertson, Larry D. (945-8141), 1000 Lizardi St., 

New Orleans 70117 Second Church-Terrytown NO 

Robertson, Minns S. (665-4483), Box 194, Sterlington 71280 St. Andrews 

Robinson, Ira M. (GR 5-5609), Rt. 1, Box 225, 

Galliano 70354 Golden Meadow-Grand Isle 

*Robinson, Joe H. (846-3277), Rt. 1, Box 154, 

Shongaloo 7 1072 Shongaloo-Whitehall 

Rorie, Kenneth G. (865-3977), 3874 Greenway PL, 

Shreveport 71105 Assoc Area Council Dir. 



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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Ross, George W. (235-8652), 600 Claymore, Lafayette 70503 Asbury L. 

St. Amant, A. D., Jr. (2144), Box 296, 

Ringgold 71068 Ringgold-Grand Bayou-Rocky Mount 

♦Sandel, E. W. (322-6590), Rt. 1, Box 74, 

W. Monroe 71291 Claiborne-Wilhite 

Schwendiemann, Fred W. (839-3661), Box 306, 

Franklinton 70438 Centenary Methodist 

Scott, Charles E. (ME 3-4924), Box 266, 

Melville, La. 71353 Melville-Palmetto 

Scott, Leon C. (965-2507), Box 388, Benton 71006 Benton 

Sewell, John H. (2369), Box 360, Arcadia 71001 Arcadia-Mt. Mariah 

Shaw, William B. (5282), 507 Main, Gueydan 70542 Gueydan 

*Shearer, John B. (634-2606), P. O. Box 117, Jackson 70748 . Jackson-Ethel 

Sherman, George H., Jr. (5-7795), Box 577, Olla 71465 Olla-Tullos 

Shirley, Fred O. (942-9269), 164 N. Lombard St., 

Opelousas 70570 Opelousas 

Shirley, Robert A. (8-2331), Box 7, Belcher 71004 Belcher-Gilliam 

Sibley, Lonnie M. (861-3652), 2018 Brent St., 

Shreveport 71108 Caddo Heights S 

Simmons, W. Odell (336-5490), Box 296, Vidalia 71373 Vidalia 

Singleton, Jack Sidney (345-5026), P. O. Box 69, 

Hammond 70401 Assoc, Hammond 1st Church 

Simian, William V. (861-2833), 372 Leland, 

Shreveport 71105 Assoc, Noel S 

Skinner, James C. (256-3636), Box 575, Many 71449 Many 

Sloane, Bentley (342-7052), 4044 S. Ramsey, 

Baton Rouge 70808 DS, Baton Rouge District 

*Smith, Alvin P. (322-3891), 2901 N. 12th Street, 

W. Monroe 71291 , McGuire 

Smith, Theodore J. (635-3763), Box 385, 

St. Francisville 70775 St. Francisville-Tunica 

Smith, Wayne Reece (232-4353), P. O. Box 220 - USL, 

Lafayette 70506 Wesley Fdn. Dir. USL 

Snelling, Clarence H., Jr. (757-3936), 2201 S. University Blvd., 

Denver, Colo. 80210 Assoc Prof. Illiff School of Theology 

*Spitzkeit, James W., 34 Mok Dong, Taejon, Korea Missionary to Korea 

Squyres, Rex (855-2268), Rt. 5, Box 124 B, Lake Charles 70601 .... Moss Bluff 
Stage, Frank M., Jr. (771-2813), Box 98, 

Blanchard 71009 Blanchard-Rodessa 

Stokes, William M., Jr. (255-5478), 603 N. Bonner, 

Ruston 71270 Wesley Fdn. Dir. Tech-Ansley 

Stout, Ned L. (249), Box 45, Lake Providence 71254 Lake Providence 

Stovall, James L. (234-1768), Box 2039, Lafayette 70504 1st Church L 

Sylvest, Edwin E., Jr. (EM 8-5611 - Ext. 238), 107 Hawk Hall, SMU, 

Perkins School of Theology, Dallas, Tex. 75222 Student 

Tatum, Eskel L. (346-6322), 208 W. Church, 

Bunkie 71322 Bunkie-White's Chapel 

Tatum, Robert L. (352-2592), 930 E. 5th Street, 

Natchitoches 71457 Wesley Fdn. Dir. NSC 



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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Taylor, A. G. (624-0704), Box 505, Haynesville 71038 ____ Haynesville-Colquitt 
Taylor, Luther W. (389-5642), Box 95, 

Sicily Island 71368 Sicily Island-Harrisonburg 

Taylor, Robert E. (868-6237), 2628 Judith Ave., 

Shreveport 71104 Minister to Campus, Centenary College 

Terry, Byrd L. (285-6181), Box 189, 

Bernice 71222 Bernice-Alabama-Beech Grove 

Thomas, Edward R. (377-0994), 1105 Madison, Minden 71055 .__. First Church 
Thomas, Joseph R. (477-3432), 426 E. Jefferson, 

Lake Charles 70602 Wesley Fdn. Dir. McNeese State College 

Thompson, L. Deen (527-3021), P. O. Box 906, Sulphur 70663 Wesley 

Tohline, Daniel W. (282-4011), 5753 Cameron Blvd., 

New Orleans 70122 Elysian Fields NO 

Tooke, Karl B. (877-1295), 6 Buttercup Lane, 

Willingboro, N. J. 08046 Division of National Missions 

Townsend, A. W., Jr. (835-8253), 1357 Homestead, 

Metairie 70005 Munholland Memorial NO 

Vining, Kirby A. (643-5081), 119 Lee, Slidel 70458 Slidell 

Wade, Gilbert H., Jr. (443-4079), 1827 Yale, 

Alexandria 71301 Assoc, 1st Church A 

Walker, Charles S., Jr. (737-2922), 128 Magnolia Blvd., 

New Orleans 70123 , St. Paul's NO 

Wall, J. Taylor (361-8393), 184 Willow Drive, Gretna 70053 Gretna 

Wallace, Jefferson C. (459-9869), 3802 John St., Berwick 70342 ______ Berwick 

Walton, Richard E. (628-3316), 308 W. Main, 

Winnfield 71483 Winnfield-Couley 

Watson, Grayson B. (279-9982), 1537 Schnell, 

Arabi 70032 St. Claude-Hope Chapel 

Watson, Wilson L. (443-2949), 2299 Fairview Dr., 

Pineville 71360 Pineville, First 

*Weber, Theodore R. (373-7578), Candler School of Theology, 

Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. Professor 

Wendt, Stephen F., C/O Rev. W. R. Wendt, 3121 Gorton Rd., 

Shreveport 71109 Sabbatical Leave 

Wilkes, Jack S. (865-4808), 254 Rutherford, 

Shreveport 71104 President Centenary College 

Williams, Douglas T. (435-5656), P. O. Box 455, 

Winnsboro 71295 Winnsboro 

*Williams, Loyd E. (539-2268), Box 545, Springhill 70175 Springhill 

Williamson, Harvey G. (348-2006), 5722 Hibiscus, 

Baton Rouge 70808 Ingleside BR 

Wilson, L. Gray (923-4313), Box 487, Coushatta 71019 Coushatta 

*Willson, William G., United States Merchant Marine Academy, 

Kings Point, Long Island, N.Y. 10024 Chaplain U.S. Navy 

Windsor, Robert H. (WA 4-1650), 10297 Oliphant, 

Baton Rouge 70809 Jefferson BR 

Winegeart, Jack S. (386-6545), 381 So. Fifth, 

Ponchatoula 70454 Ponchatoula 



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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

Wineinger, Donald E. (387-0307), 319 Circle Drive, 

W. Monroe 71291 Chaplain, Glenwood Hospital 

Winn, John M., Jr. (868-7625), 207 E. 68th Street, 

Shreveport 71106 Cedar Grove S 

*Wood, Karl D., Sr., Rt. 1, Box 29, 

Morganfield, Ky. 42437 Sabbatical Leave 

Woodland, James P. (488-8962), 809 Polk St, 

New Orleans 70124 St. Luke's NO 

Worthy, Walter C. (352-2410), Rt. 2, Box 403 F, 

Natchitoches 71457 College Ave.-Provencal-Weaver 

Wren, W. Spencer (729-2962), 1219 Roosevelt, Kenner 70062 _...:_____ Kenner 
York, George D. (271-4968), 125 E. D'Amour, 

Chalmette 70043 St. Bernard NO 



MEMBERS ON TRIAL 

Babcock, James Franklin (363-9658), 206 Hawk Hall, SMU, Perkins 

School of Theology, Dallas, Tex. 75222 Student 

Casey, John Hamilton (222-4562), Box 96, 

Greensburg 70441 : Greensburg-Wesley 

Chadwick, John Hurst, SMU, Perkins School of Theology 

Dallas, Texas Student 

*Dear, Willis William, SMU, Perkins School of Theology, 

Dallas, Texas Student 

*Dilworth, John Edwin, Candler School of Theology, 

Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. Student 

Durand, Dell S, Jr. (4194), Box 700, Hodge 71247 Hodge 

Dykes, David Robert, Candler School of Theology, 

Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. Student 

*James, Conrad Randal, The Divinity School, Duke University, 

Durham, N. C. Student 

*Johns, Roger Dick, The Divinity School, Duke University, 

Durham, N. C. Student 

*Jones, Frank M, St. Paul School of Theology, 

Kansas City, Mo. Student 

*Kellogg, Frederick R. (562-5998), 535 Prospect St. 

Divinity School, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 06511 Student 

*Kirby, Michael Edward, SMU, Perkins School of Theology, 

Dallas, Texas - Student 

Lee, John M, III (FR 7-6434), Rt. 1, Box 49, 

Minden 71055 Pine Grove-Bethlehem-Evergreen 

McCutcheon, William M. (861-6722), 646 Pelican PI., 

Shreveport 71105 Assoc, 1st Church S 

*Means, Jesse L, Jr., SMU, Perkins School of Theology, 

Dallas, Texas Student 

Turvis, George C, New College, University of London, England Student 

Ramke, Ronald George (834-9126), 1035 Lake Ave, 

Metairie 70005 Assoc, Rayne Mem. NO 



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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

*Rowell, William A., Jr., SMU, Perkins School of Theology 

Dallas, Texas Student 

Spiller, Ray Rolon (921-2288), 15447 Old Hamond Hwy., 

Baton Rouge Francis Asbury BR 

Wilkes, Rex Benjamin, The Divinity School, Duke University, 

Durham, N. C. Student 



FULL TIME SUPPLY PASTORS 

*Akin, William R., Box 6, Sibley 71073 Dodson-New Hope 

Bailey, Clifton M. 

Bell, John D. (276-4117), 2807 D'Albor, 

Jeanerette 70544 Jeanerette-Lydia-Weeks Island 

Bonds, John C. (222-4316), Rt. 2, Box 242, 

Greenburg 70441 Days-Center-Darlington 

Brouillette, Etienne B. (783-2959), 806 S. Ave. H, 

Crowley 7026 Wesley-Crowley 

Burlew, George J. (637-4558), P. O. Box 91, Lottie 70756 ______ Lottie-Rosedale 

Campbell, Fred W. (646-2267), Rt. 1, Box 67, 

Montgomery 71454 Mt. Zion-Atlanta 

*Cansler, Harold P. (8141), Box 216, Zwolle 71486 Zwolle-Noble 

Carithers, Rose P. (428-3802), P. O. Box 128, 

Kilbourne 71253 Kilbourne-Locust Grove 

Cassels, William Paul (377-3102), Box 6, Heflin 71039 Heflin-Brushwood 

*Clarke, Walter M., 209 N. Pine, DeRidder Assoc, University LC 

Constable, James E. (892-4908), Rt. 4, Box 203 A, 

Covington 70433 Fitzgerald-Waldheim 

Corie, Finas P., Ball 71405 Ball-Clear Creek-Springhill 

Davis, M. L. (RE 5-1105), Vamado 70467 Angie-Varnado 

Dill, Ernest M. (665-8830), Rt. 1, Box 57, 

Walker 70785 Livingston-James Chapel 

*Eaker, Robert C, 3401 Canal St, 

New Orleans 70119 Felicity-Spanish Speaking Work NO 

^Gilbert, Walter L. (VE 9-2109), Rt. 3, Box 15, 

Franklinton 70438 Fisher-Mt. Hermon 

Hargrove, Sammy A. (3768), Box 7, Alto 71216 Little Creek-Union 

Hoffpauir, J. Reed (779-3348), Box 34, Iota 70543 Iota-Maxie 

Howell, Halley's Comet (645-5606), Box 152, 

Slaughter 70777 Slaughter-New Roads 

Lipe, Carl L. (386-6021), Rt. 1, Box 245, 

Ponchatoula 70454 Wesley-Lee's Landing 

Longfellow, Harold W. (745-3512), Box 411, 

Doyline 71023 Doyline-Mclntyre 

McCann, James B. (244-6145), Box 206, Oak Ridge 71264 Oak Ridge 

McVay, George A, Jr. (292-5940), Box 287, 

Marion 71260 Marion-Bird's Chapel 

Malone, I. Elmer (352-6878), Rt. Box 193, 

Natchitoches 71457 Oak Grove-Davis Springs 






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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

*Mayo, Alvis S. (941-2778), Box 175, Simmsport 71369 __ Evergreen-Simmsport 
Milem, Lewis E. (586-3852), Rt. 2, Box 126, 

Florien 7 1429 Prospect-Hornbeck 

Minis, Cecil Cade (777-4631), P. O. Box 666, 

Pine Grove 70453 Pine Grove-Montpelier 

Proctor, William L. (631-7874), 4040 Golf Links, 

Shreveport 71109 Trinity S 

Pyles, Jimmie D. (247-3224), Box 186, 

Simsboro 71275 Simsboro-Antioch-Salem 

Reeves, Allen R., Jr. (924-5649), Rt. 29, 6553 The Imadale, 

Greenwell Springs 70739 "___, Magnolia-Corbin 

Reeves, Allen R., Sr. (925-9241), Box 37, 

Stonewall 71078 Stonewall-Keithville-Longstreet 

Reeves, Mrs. Fredna M. (925-9241), Box 37, Stonewall 71078 . Bethel 

*Rousseaux, John C, Jr. 
Sayes, John (294-3372), Box 66, 

Springfield 70462 Springfield-Maurepas-Huffs Chapel 

Stegall, William G. (424-4938), 3216 Murphy, 

Bossier City 71010 Barksdale 

Strozier, J. David (585-6146), Box 236, 

Port Barre 70577 Port Barre-Krotz Springs Waxia 

Way, Joseph A. (2469), P. O. Box 985, Grayson 71435 Gray son-Kelly 

*White, Harold R. 

*Wingfield, Aubrey E. (926-3333), Box 187, Epps 71237 Epps-Floyd 

Zerangue, J. C, Sr. (445-2584), 4210 MacArthur Dr., 

Alexandria 71301 Wesley-St. Paul A 

PART TIME APPROVED SUPPLIES 

*Babin, Harold (654-2641), P. O. Box 195, Zachary 70791 Bluff Creek 

*Bankston, Ellis, Rt. 1, Concord Concord-New Hope 

*Bordages, Harold, 8610 Bill St., New Orleans St. James NO 

*Brooks, Cloward K., Jonesboro Rd., West Monroe 71291 .... Woodlawn-Lunar 
*Butterfield, Ivan 

*Dorsey, Henry W., 3900 St. Charles, New Orleans .... Assoc, Rayne NO 

*Durand, Barney, Rt. 2, Box 187, Pollock 71467 Pleasant Grove 

Ensenat, Henry G. (861-7815), 8015 Cohn St, 

New Orleans 70118 Lacombe-St. Tammany 

^Griffith, Kenneth (949-3506), 116 Alta Dr., Haughton 71037 Cross Roads 

*Hale, Thomas G. 

*Hoover, Leroy (357-6612), 3530 N. 38th, 

Baton Rouge 70805 Carpenter's Chapel 

*Knisely, John T. (477-1319), 625 Bienville, Lake Charles 70602 

*Link, Orman D„ Jr. (325-3427), 2102 Park Ave, Monroe 71201 

*McCarty, Floyd, Box 484, Ringgold, La. 71068 Holly Springs 

Marcel, Lionel J. (377-0805), P. O. Box 208, Sibley Sibley 

*01dham, John, 10465 Cedar Lane, Baton Rouge Grand River 

*Paine, Marshall C, Donaldsonville 70346 Donaldsonville 



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Name Phone Address Charge or Relation 

*Pinckard, Henry O. Rt. 2, Box 102, Colfax 71417 Lewis Chapel-Melder 

*Rosemergy, James C, 2141 Gloucester, Gretna St. John's NO 

Trickett, J. Albert (865-3744), 504 Linden, Shreveport 71104 Shiloh 

*Wilkes, J. Monroe (358-1089), Greenwell Springs 70739 Deerford 

STUDENT APPROVED SUPPLY 

*Brister, Charles E., Tickfaw Tickfaw-Independence 

Dunn, Hugh G., Jr. (4031), P. O. Box 116, Mangham 71259 Mangham 

Harrell, Reuben M. (796-3664), P. O. Box 25, 

Pleasant Hill 71065 Pleasant Hill-Bayou Scie-Converse 

*McLauren, Jerry, Marthaville Marthaville-Beulah-Robeline 

* Matthews, John R. 

*Roos, Louis F. (323-1213), 405 Pargoud Dr., 

Monroe 71201 Gordon Ave. M 

*Saunders, James (728-4702), Box 215, Start 71279 Crew Lake 

Taylor, John Roddy (249-3332), P. O. Box 156, Eros 71238 Eros 

*Thomas, Oliver C. (644-2604), Box 34, Calhoun 71225 Calhoun Circuit 

Willis, Terry Clovis (755-2882), P. O. Box 156, 

Pelican 71063 Pelican-Mitchell 

Wilson, Thomas A. (631-2470), 3001 Morningside Dr., 

Shreveport 71108 Ellerbe Road 



RECORD OF LAY DELEGATES 
AT 122nd SESSION OF ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

Edward D. Adams, Rodi Adema, Mrs. J. A. Alford, Mrs. A. W. Allemond, 
Mrs. B. H. Andrews, Edmund Lawrence Andrews, Thomas Elliott Arnold. 

Mrs. George L. Bailey, Mrs. W. C. Bailey, William R. Baker, Mrs. L. N. 
Batchelar, Mrs. Laverne B. Bell, Bobby R. Bergeron, Troy O. Bigham, 
Hubert M. Blanchard, Charles Edward Bloxom, Mrs. G. E. Boggs, Mrs. John 
C. Bonds, G. W. Boudreaux, B. Ranel Brady, Jr., Jane Brouillette, W. H. 
Brumfield, Walter W. Bruner, Robert B. Buckingham, James D. Bulloch. 

Mrs. Curtis Cady, Rose P. Carithers, Mrs. Curtis P. Carlin, W. R. 
Chadick, Mrs. W. R. Chadick, J. L. Chanler, Edward B. Cloutman, Fred 
C. Coday, Effie H. Connell, Charles L. Cook, W. Davis Cotton, Chester C. 
Coulter, Mrs. H. B. Crammer, Robert C. Croom, Mrs. James Crowson. 

Mary Alice Daigre, Seymour Dalsheimer, Howard Daugereau, T. H. 
Davidge, Jones Davis, Mrs. M. L. Davis, Robert Edwin Davis, Herbert W. 
DePriest, Effie M. Dill, John A. Dixon, Jr., Cecil R. Dopson, Mrs. Sam B. 
Dunbar, Theron Dupree. 

Otis C. Edwards, Mrs. Otis C. Edwards, Clarence E. Edgerton, Jr., Jeff 
Garland Elliott, Sidney B. Evans, Jr. 

Clarence Fairst, Robert T. Farr, William A. Ford, Brady B. Forman, 
Mayo Foreman, V. J. French, Mrs. Eloise A. Frey. 



JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 179 

Henry Y. Galloway, Ralph M. Garrard, Edward Gatlin, Mrs. Edward 
Gatlin, Herschel A. Gentry, Fred R. Godwin, Eula Gray, Mrs. O. A. Green, 
Ed Hartman Gulley. 

Warren D. Haggart, Arthur T. Hair, Mrs. Morris Haley, Morris Haley, 
Mrs. Melvin Hall, E. V. Hano, Mrs. D. R. Harp, Walter Patrick Harris, 
Wilbur S. Hathorn, Mrs. R. H. Hearne, Clara Sue Hefley, Walter J. Helms, 
Noel R. Henderson, Cleve G. Heyle, Hilmer Paul Hermann, R. D. Hinton, 
Castle O. Holland, Monte G. Holland, Hazel McDonald Holley, Bernard F. 
Homes, Coy Payne Howe, Mrs. Ted T. Howes. 

Charles D. Jones, Donald H. Jones, J. Richard Jones. 

Earl Edward Kemmerly, Jr., Sybil Watson Kemper, O'Lear A. Kiper, 
Sunshine Young Knight, John Flody Knott. 

Milton J. Lacefield, Mrs. Milton J. Lacefield, Josie B. Lamkin, Robert P. 
Lay, Mrs. Eva E. Lee, Wilbert R. LeSuer, Merle F. Lichtenfels, Eva Lois 
Lofton, John Wesley Lofton, R. Don Loper. 

James B. McCann, Charles A. McCartney, Mrs. William C. McDonald, 
Mrs. W. M. McDonald, Rosa Belle McDonald, Mrs. Charles B. McGowan, 
Lucius D. McGehee, Paul O. McGowen. 

O. W. Marrs, Thomas H. Matheny, L. Keith Mason, Bradford H. Mayo, 
Diane V. Mayo, Mrs. Jesse L. Means, Pete J. Medak, Elmira O. Mongomery, 
Mrs. Cleo Norris, Edward M. Mouser, Vinson Matthew Mouser, Anna Kay 
Montgomery, Mrs. Byrl J. Moreland. 

Harold K. Nash, George D. Nelson, Edgar Waller Nelson, Howard P. 
Nelson, Marvin B. Nolen, Sr., James Nugent. 

William J. Oliver, Robert J. O'Neal, Joel P. Ory, Dan A. Outlaw, Mrs. 
Maedelle Owen. 

Ruth C. Patterson, E. M. Peeples, Adley Pepper, Daryl Dale Peter, 
William W. Pfeffer, Mrs. C. E. Pickett, Oliver L. Poole, Richard H. Prescott. 

Hollis Eugene Raborn, Joyce T. Rankin, Edward Everett Richardson, 

F. Harold Riggs, Larry A. Roach, William H. Roach, Ruth Krummel Robards, 
Peyton Charles Robert, Jr., Oather Rogers, Robert L. Roland, Thomas Hugh 
Rowe, Adrain Rushing. 

Doyle P. Sanders, Daniel Ryan Sartor, Jr., Jimmy Clifford Saunders, Fred 

G. Schweitzer, Donald M. Serex, Elaine N. Sessions, Mrs. Odessa Sexton, 
Evelyn E. Shaw, Richard H. Shirley, Gerald W. Sides, Glenn Richard Sibley, 
Mrs. Lonnie Sibley, Pleasant W. Sibley, Jr., John W. Sirman, W. M. Sirman, 
Mrs. J. Paul Smith, Luther B. Smith, Margie Maxine Smith, Dudley V. Snow, 
Harry T. Statham, Leland N. Stockwell, Elaine W. Strozier, H. R. Sylvest. 

Mrs. C. E. Tannehill, Mrs. F. M. Terral, William H. Tolar, John W. 
Trotter, Henry J. Townley, Mrs. Dessie M. Tucker, James Turnley, Eugene 
K. Tuthill. 

Ralph Urisin-Smith. 



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Mrs. Walter Wade, Mrs. C. C. Wailes, Daisy Bridges Walker, Joe B. 
Walsh, Jack W. Warren, Jr., George W. Weego, Julia J. Wild, Mrs. Herman 
Wilder, Lois Jean Windsor, O. E. Williams, Thomas J. Williams, Clovis Willis, 
Mrs. T. A. Wilson, Maxine M. Wood. 

Mrs. Thomas Clay Young. 



LAYMEN ON BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES 

Board of Education 

Dr. Leo T. Albritton, Box 1177, N.S.C., Natchitoches 

William Patrick, 3350 Dalrymple Dr., Baton Rouge 

Guyton Watkins, P. O. Box 572, New Iberia 

John Mims, 1336 Mitchell, Lake Charles 

Haynes Harkey, Box 1791, Monroe 

George D. Williams, 370 Bellaire Dr., New Orleans 

L. O. Burkhalter, T. L. James Co., Ruston 

Francis V. Barnett, 3460 Broadmoor Blvd., Shreveport 

R. H. Nelson, 316 Boulevard, Shreveport 

Dr. J. B. Kelley 

Board of Evangelism 

Henry H. Bernard, P. O. Box 32, Natchitoches 

O. W. Marrs, 4621 Beech St., Baton Rouge 

Ralph Cowen, Midland 

Pete Medak, 1801 Milton, Monroe 

Ernest C. Arnold, 4320 General Pershing, New Orleans 

Roy Ezel, 816 Eastland, Ruston 

Robert P. Lay, 322 Levin Lane, Shreveport 

Board of Hospitals and Homes 

Dr. P. Mack Davis, 1335 Jackson, Alexandria 
Dr. T. Waldo Morgan, Denham Springs 
C. D. Jones, 315 Live Oak Dr., Lafayette 
J. J. Malarkey, 1606 65th St., Lake Charles 
Ralph Caldwell, 1808 Park Ave., Monroe 
A. J. Gainer, 116 Betz, New Orleans 21 
Dr. Marvin T. Green, Ruston 
A. P. White, 304 Barksdale Blvd., Shreveport 

Board of Missions 

Charles A. Macartney, Jena 

W. D. Cotton, Rayville 

Regan Nelson, 4814 Willow Wick, Alexandria 

C. S. McClesky, Rt. 3, Box 501, Baton Rouge 

J. M. Breeden, Kentwood 

Charles Bowman, Box 267, Berwick 

R. C. Croom, 500 Marguerite Blvd., Lafayette 

Frank Notestine, Welsh 

Walter P. Harris, Sr., 8223 Sycamore, New Orleans 

Mrs. Ross R. Cahal, 1716 S. Jefferson Davis Pkwy., New Orleans 



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J. Davidson Brown, Minden 

Fred McFarland, Downsville 

George Nelson, 214 Milam, Shreveport 

Olius Guess, 3781 Greenvvay, Shreveport 

Herbert C. Moffett, 1514 Cedar St, W. Monroe 

Frank Harris, Sr, Welsh 

Board of Pensions 

Terms Expiring 1968 

O. K. Graves, Route 3, Winnfield 

Prentis Mathis 

Christie Roberts, Bastrop 

C. A. Gallagher, 130 Bragg, New Orleans 

Terms Expiring 1972 

Harold Riggs, Box 1317 Monroe 

John A. Dixon, 3726 Cornell, Shreveport 

Henry Y. Galloway, Arcadia 

Charles N. White, 3403 Parkway Dr., Alexandria 

Board of Christian Social Concerns 

George Kent, Bunkie 

Arthur R. Thiel, 9355 W. Jamaica Drive, Baton Rouge 

Mrs. Edward R. Thomas, Minden 

Dr. W. H. Chambers, Vacherie 

Mrs. George Thomas, 1228 Myrtle Place, Lafayette 

W. L. Henning, 1112 Cormack, Sulphur 

Mrs. J. B. Mouton, Sr, 711 Irwin, Sulphur 

John Clark, Jr., 709 McCain Dr., Monroe 

Mrs. Raymond L. Boyd, 1400 Roselawn Ave, Monroe 

James Forsythe, 5818 Memphis, New Orleans 

Mrs. Murray Fincher, 5852 Sylvia Dr., New Orleans 

Marcus Wren, Rt. 2, Minden 

Mrs. Wideman Watson, Homer 

Kenneth Rigby, Box 779, Shreveport 

Mrs. L. B. Kilpatrick 2400 Crestwood Dr., Shreveport 

C. E. Ewing, Pecan Dr., Alexandria 

Commission on Christian Higher Education 

Guyton Watkins, Box 572, New Iberia 

George Williams, 370 Bellaire Dr., New Orleans 

John Mims, 1336 Mitchell, Lake Charles 

Robert Roland, 137 St. Ferdinand, Baton Rouge 

Thomas H. Matheny, Guaranty Bank Bldg, Hammond 

Dr. Z. L. Lofrin, 112 Tackberry Dr., Lafayette 

Richard O. Boisture, 3109 S. Gen. Wainwright, Lake Charles 

Mrs. P. M. Terral, Box 471, Lake Providence 

Dr. Woodson Tucker, 4718 Citrus Dr, New Orleans 

H. L. Henry, Jr., Dogwood St., Ruston 

Kenneth Rigby, Box 779, Shreveport 



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Commission on Minimum Salary 

Billie E. Wilburn, 125 Ivy Lane, Pineville 

L. I. Hines, 2111 Hood Ave., Baton Rouge 

Rodney Young, 305 E. 3rd, Crowley 

David Morgan, 430 3rd Jennings 

W. T. Blackwell, Mer Rouge 

Owen C. Brown, 4116 Cleveland PL, New Orleans 

J. G. Elliott, Farmerville 

Don Easterwood, 436 McCormick, Shreveport 

Public Relations and Methodist Information 

Charles S. Weems, 2810 Pershing St., Alexandria 
Leroy Hoover, 3350 N. 38th St., Baton Rouge 
Frank Hunter, 411 5th, Abbeville 
Cecil Bland, 1309 Loretto, Sulphur 
Tommy Frazer, Box 1232, West Monroe 
Roy D. Simon, 920 S. Carrollton, New Orleans 
Raymond Jeffress, 316 3rd St., Jonesboro 
Kenneth Rigby, Box 779, Shreveport 

Television Radio and Film Commission 

R. E. Middlesteadt, 212 W. Maple Ridge Dr., Metairie 
J. C. Love, Jr., c/o T. L. James Co., Ruston 
George H. Thomas, 1228 Myrtle PL, Lafayette 

Town and Country Commission 

Virgil White, St. Landry 

T. B. Milton, Walker 

A. A. Sarver, Rt. 1, Box 114, Crowley 

Robert Compton, Rt. 1, Elton 

R.'L. Bell, Jr., Mangham 

Mrs. T. E. Brunning, Covington 

W. W. Nelson, Gibsland 

Perry L. Midyett, Stonewall 

Commission on World Service and Finance 

M. S. White, Box 58, New Iberia 

Vinson M. Mouser, Columbia 

Harry T. Statham, Metairie Meth. Ch., Metairie 

Weldon H. Brumfield, Sr., Amite 

O. D. Harrison 

J. C. Love, Jr., c/o T. L. James Co., Ruston 

Commission on Worship 

Clarence Owen Brown, Tioga 

Earl Redding, c/o 1st Methodist Ch., Baton Rouge 

Wayne Gilmore, 357 W. Vine, Opelousas 

Jennings Jones, Cameron 

Howard Lance, 611 Stubbs, Monroe 

Leon Pichon, Slidell 

Dr. Marshall Bretz, La. Tech, Ruston 

Dr. A. C. Voran, Centenary College, Shreveport 



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Committee on Courtesies 

Mrs. L. B. Kilpatrick, 



Box 88, Shreveport 



Episcopal Residence Committee 

Floyd B. James, c/o T. L. James Co., Ruston 

Charles N. White, 3404 Parkway Dr., Alexandria 

George D. Williams, T. L. James Co., Inc., Airline Highway 

R. Z. Biedenharn, 830 Ockley Dr., Shreveport 

Harry Walther, Jr., 404 North Line, Metairie 

John Dart, Jr., 1434 Seventh St., New Orleans 

Charles McHale 

Walter P. Harris, Sr., 8223 Sycamore, New Orleans 

Publishing Interests 

Roy Hoffpauir, 515 Pumping Plant Rd., Abbeville 

Leo C. Terry, 2231 Wirth Place, New Orleans 

James Beam 

Harold Riggs, 5215 Blanks St., Monroe 

Joseph Kavanaugh, 4642 Palm St., Baton Rouge 

Conference Committee of Review and Resolutions 

J. C. Love, Jr., c/o T. L. James Co., Ruston 
M. S. White, Box 58, New Iberia 
Joseph Kavanaugh, 4642 Palm St., Baton Rouge 
C. A. Macartney, Jena 

Commissioners Arkansas Louisiana Methodist 

J. N. Fomby, 2301 Myrtle, Alexandria 

C. O. Holland, Minden 

R. P. Lay, 322 Levin St., Shreveport 



LOCAL PREACHERS 



Alexandria District 



NAME 

Speake, Tracy 



ORDER ADDRESS 

LP 1702 Horseshoe Dr., 
Alexandria, La. .. 



QUARTERLY CONF. 

Horseshoe Drive Church 



Bennett, Clayton LP 

Coorpender, R. O. LP 

Griffen, Forrest LP 

Matheny, Tom LP 

Meinke, Arthur C. LP 



Baton Rouge District 

Box 595, Roseland, La. Amite Church 

2038 Lee Dr., 

Baton Rouge, La. University Church 

830 W. Magnolia, Baker, La Baker Church 

Guaranty Bank Bldg., 

Hammond, La. Hammond Church 

Rt. 2, Box 245 

Denham Springs, La. Live Oak Church 



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NAME ORDER ADDRESS QUARTERLY CONF. 

Rountree, Joe L., Jr. LP 4364 E. Dayton Ct. 

Baton Rouge, La. N. Baton Rouge 

Toney, Lee LP 5852 Forsythia, 

Baton Rouge, La. Ingleside Church 

Watson, Cecil LP 10988 Harrels Fery Rd. 

Baton Rouge, La. Broadmoor Church 

Lafayette District 

Booth, Jeffry L Duke University, 

Durham, N. C. Asbury of Lafayette 

Crensha, Charles F. L Houma, Louisiana Houma 1st Church 

Fairley, Donald L Thibodaux, Louisiana Thibodaux 

Guillot, Harlan L 13 Teche, Morgan City, La. Bayou Vista 

Hernandez, James L Lafayette, La. Lafayette, 1st Church 

Hickman, T. Scott L 917 Walnut Dr., 

Morgan City, La. Morgan City 

Patton, Tommy L St. Paul School of Theology 

Kansas City, Mo. Asbury of Lafayette 

Lake Charles District 

Cady, Curtis LP 3901 Center - 477-0504 

Lake Charles, La. Simpson Church 

Mutersbaugh, Robert LP Bob Jones University 

Greensville, S. C. .. 1st Church, Lake Charles 
Smith, H. W. LP DeRidder, La. Wesley Church 

Monroe District 

Crammer, Mrs. H. B. LP Box 605, 

Gilbert, La. 71336 Gilbert-Beouf Prairie 

Crammer, Robert H. LP Box 605, 

Gilbert, La. 71336 Gilbert-Beouf Prairie 

Link, Orman D., Jr. LD 2102 Park Ave., 

Monroe, La. 71201 1st Church, Monroe 

New Orleans District 

Daigle, Jay V. L 3149 Urquart St., 

New Orleans, La. 70117 Second Church 

Dorsey, Henry W. LD 1609 Charlton Dr., 

New Orleans, La. 70112 .. Rayne Memorial 

Herr, Cleveland B., Jr. L 916 Isbell St., Gretna, La. Gretna 

Kiker, Orville P., Jr. LE 222 Sycamore Dr., 

Metairie, La. 70005 Rayne Memorial 

Levy, Mrs. Norma D. LD 1316 Burdette St., 

New Orleans, La. 70118 Carrollton 

Mathison, Jerrell L 2323 Banks St., 

New Orleans, La. Rayne Memorial 



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Ruston District 

Park, Charles L Springhill, La. Springhill 

Plummer, R. L. L Jonesboro, La. Jonesboro 

Shreveport District 

Shoulders, R. D. LE 917 Capt. Shreve Dr., Shreveport ____ St. Luke's 



CHANGES IN CHARGE BOUNDARIES 



Lafayette District 

Take Bayou Vista from the Patterson — Bayou Vista Charge and raise 
it to a Station thus leaving Patterson a Charge. 



New Orleans District 

Take Belle Chasse from the Belle Chasse — Terrytown Charge making 
Belle Chasse a station charge. Add Terrytown to Second Church making 
the Second Church — Terrytown a charge. 



Ruston District 

Separate Quitman and Clay Churches and make each one a station. 

Separate Eros from Antioch and Frantom Chapel, make two charges: 
Eros, a station. Antioch — Frantom Chapel. Create a new church in Ruston, 
to be known temporarily as the 3rd Church in Ruston, a station church. 

Separate Siloam Springs from Dodson - New Hope and make it a station, 
making two charges: Dodson - New Hope - Siloam Springs, a station. 

Shreveport District 

Carroll Creek and East Point have cancelled activities, making the Hall- 
Summit-Wesley Chapel Charge. 

Take Rodessa off the Oil City-Rodessa Charge and add it to Blanchard 
to make the Blanchard-Rodessa Charge, leaving Oil City by itself. 

Add Love Chapel to Curtis Park, making the Curtis Park-Love Chapel 
Charge. 

Separate the Grand Cane - Bethel Charge, making two charges: 
Grand Cane and Bethel. 



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206 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



CONFERENCE RULES 

Apportionments — All conference askings to be apportioned to each local 
church through the application of a decimal to be derived from the following 
factors taken from the last published Journal of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference: 

A. One-half on the basis of membership. 

B. One-half on the basis of these six columns: Paid Other Current 
Expenses, Etc.; Church School: Lesson Materials, Supplies, Ad- 
ministration, etc.; Pastor's Salary Paid; Associate's Salary Paid; 
Travel Allowance Total Paid; Utilities Paid. 

Appropriations — Any legislation requiring appropriation of conference 
funds shall be presented to the Commission on World Service and Finance 
for study and approval before being presented to the Annual Conference. 

Church Extension — Each church securing assistance from the Church 
Extension Funds of the Conference Board of Missions shall be required 
to secure the refunding of the sum donated in the event of the property 
being alienated from the Methodist Church, by entering and recording a 
mortgage for the sum donated; provided that this shall not apply to donations 
of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or less. 

Data for Memoirs — The district superintendent in whose district a mem- 
ber, wife or widow of a preacher dies, shall appoint someone to secure, in 
advance of conference, data concerning the deceased. Each member of the 
conference is required to furnish the Editor of the Annual a sufficient 
history of himself. 

Fiscal Year — June 1st to May 31st is the Fiscal Year for the conference. 

Membership District Conference — The District Conference shall be 
composed of all parties mentioned in paragraph 687, Discipline 1960, and, 
in addition thereto, to the following: one lay member from each church' 
in the charge, provided, however, that each charge shall not have less than 
five (5) elected delegates. 

Local Preachers — All applicants for a Local Preacher's license shall be 
required to pass the course of study for candidates for license to preach as 
prescribed by the Discipline under the supervision of the Department of 
Ministerial Education. The Conference Board of Ministerial Training and 
Qualifications shall be responsible for the tuition fee of such a course. 

Pre-Conference Reports — All Boards, Commissions, and Committees are 
to prepare reports, resolutions, and recommendations and send them to the 
office of the Area Director 60 days before the opening date of the Annual 
Conference; and that the Area Director compile and mimeograph or print 
these reports and mail two copies to each minister 30 days before the Annual 
Conference convenes. 

Exception to this rule will be the report of the Conference Treasurer and 
Statistician and the reports of the various Boards and Commissions that can- 
not be completed until the session of the Annual Conference. 



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Any supplementary report prepared later, containing any resolutions 
or recommendations, shall be printed or mimeographed and handed to the 
delegates when the report is made to the Annual Conference. 

Statistical Reports - Statistical Table I shall be mailed to the Statistical 
Secretary, and Table II with all remittances for the conference year shall 
be mailed to the Conference Treasurer not less than fifteen (15) days before 
the first day of Conference. The Statistical Secretary and the Treasurer shall 
notify the District Superintendents of the charges in their District which have 
not reported, and the District Superintendents will be expected to furnish 
the delinquent reports in ten days. 

Widows - A directory of widows of deceased members shall be pub- 
lished in the Annual. The Secretary of the Board of Pensions shall secure 
from each widow a statement of her needs, for the information of the Board. 

Minimum Salary Fund - No man may now or in any future date, share 
in the Minimum Salary Fund who does not pay the assessment, unless he 
can satisfy the Committee that he is unable to pay it. 

Terms of Membership - The terms of membership on all Boards, Com- 
missions, and the Committees shall be a maximum of eight years, with this rule 
becoming effective in 1960, and applying to all who have served eight years 
on such Boards, Commissions and Committees by 1960. This rule does not 
apply to Trustees. 

Salaries - District Superintendents - The total salaries and expenses of 
the District Superintendents paid by the Annual Conference shall be the 
average to the next $100.00 of the twenty highest totals as shown on the 
Worksheets of the Cabinet which totals shall include the pastor's salary, 
expense, and utilities. 



208 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



DEATH ROLL 

The letters ME indicate deceased of the Southern Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church; MP indicates deceased of the Louisiana Con- 
ference of The Methodist Protestant Church; without a symbol the deceased 
of the Louisiana Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and 
The Methodist Church. 



Name 



Date and Place of Birth 



Adm. Died 



1 Charles Brumer No record 

2 William Hinds No record 

3 T. C. Tinder No record 

4 W. F. Brown No record 

5 H. B. Paige No record 

6 Byron Benton No record 

7 J. A. Guice No record 

8 Wm. Tostrick No record 

9 R. L. Childers 1827 

10 W. H. Turnley 1800 

11 T. H. Foster No record 

12 J. Hughes No record 

13 Wm. Stevenson No record 

14 J. H. Waters ______ _____1823, Tennessee 

15 R. C. Stegall ______ ___1824, Jasper County, Ga. 

16 Samuel Hawes 1819, E. Baton Rouge Par., La. 

17 Richmond Randle 1818, Paris, Tenn. 

18 Wm. McBeath Kentucky 

19 Moses Davis 1800, South Carolina 

20 W. J. McFarland 1827, Hayword Co., Tenn. ______ 

21 Uriah Whatley 1812, Catahoula Par., La. 

22 J. C. Pitts 1821, Tennessee 

23 S. J. Davies 1816, Cardingshire, Wales 

24 T. B. Baldwin Georgia 

25 J. C. Faulk 1834, Monroe 

26 M. D. Thomasson No record 

27 R. R. Alexander 1831, Allen Co., Kentucky ______ 

28 David Kinnear 18 02, Venango Co., Pa 

29 Fielding Bell 1801, Stafford Co., Va. 

30 Leopold Lenz 18 41, Germany 

31 C. J. Halberg 1820, West Indies 

32 W. G. McGaughey ______ 18 12, Davidson Co., Tenn. ____ 

33 Thomas Sanford 1788, South Carolina 

34 J. D. Adams 1819, North Carolina 

35 John Wilkinson 1834, Parsontown, Ireland 

36 P. H. Moss 1849, Lexington, Ga. 

37 Tiff Foster 1850, DeSoto Par., La. 

38 S. H. Schroeder 1846, New Orleans, La 

39 J. E. Coff No record 

40 J. V. Pointer 1839, Missouri 



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Adm. Died 



41 T. H. Jones 1858, Montgomery, Ala 

42 J. C. Reid No record 

43 H. C. Thweatt 1805, Halifax Co., Va. 

44 P. M. Goodwyn 1820 

45 W. D. Stayton 1826 



New Albany, Indiana . 
Marion Co., Kentucky 



46 J. L. Borden 1845, Newberne, Ala. 



47 Joel Saunders 1814, 

48 W. E. Doty 1809, 

Baxter Clegg 1811, Chatham Co., Maryland 



Concordia Par., La. 
Maury Co., Tenn. _. 



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Giles Co., Tenn. 

Tennessee 

Madison Co., Ala. _____ 

Jasper Co., Ga. 

Farmerville, Missouri 



S. Davis 1815, 

T. Parish 1820, 

M. Crowson 1814, 

W. Hodge 1815, 

E. Bradley 1830, 

J. Blanz 1820, Wurttemberg, Germany 

D. Jackson 1861, Clinton, La. 

D. Porter 1854, Houston Co., Texas 

Landrum 1825, Pike Co., Ala 

G. Miller Buffalo, New York 

60 H. D. Kimball 1861, Sparta, La. 

61 G. M. Liverman 1838, Jefferson Co., Ala. 

62 John Pipes 1818, Ouachita Par., La. 

B. F. Alexander 1829, Scottsville, Kentucky ______ 



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64 Walter Dunston 1851, England 



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Johnson 1848, Good Hope, Miss. ___ 

Meldock 1848, Putnam Co., Ga. _... 

Green Jackson, La. 

Wailes 1840, Adams Co., Miss. ____ 

Norwood 1845, St. Helena Par., La. 

Robert Parvin 1829, Hawkins Co., Tenn. 

E. L. Singletary 1862, Livingston Par., La. 



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67 G. E. 

68 A. M 

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72 P. H. Diffenweirth ______ 1811, Zinsviller, France 

73 J. B. Walker 1817, Washington, D. C. 

74 E. W. Yancey 1818, Cumberland Co., Va 

75 Jesse Fulton 1831, Baton Rouge, La. 

76 Christian Keener 1847, Montgomery, Ala. 

77 E. B. Foust 1844, Lafayette Co., Miss. 

78 C. R. Godfrey No record 

79 L. A. Reed 1812, Henderson Co., Ky. 

80 J. W. Davis 1859, Lynchburg, Tenn. 

81 J. H. Stone 1831, Dickson Co., Tenn. 

82 T. B. White 1832, Franklin, Tenn. 

83 M. C. Manley 1829, Dinwiddie Co., Va. 

84 J. F. Scurlock 1834, Jackson Co., Ala. 

85 J.L.Wright 1822, Russellville, Ky. 

86 E. E. Riggs 1861, New Iberia, La. __ 

87 B. F. White _____ ___1827, Franklin, Tenn. __ 

88 J. B. Cassity 1838, Morgan Co., Kentucky __ 



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210 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



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Date and Place of Birth 



Adm. Died 



89 A. D. McVoy 1832, Elizabeth City, N. J. ... 

90 R. H. Green ..... ...1872, Sicily Island, La. 

91 T. K. Fauntleroy 1837, White Fort, Va. 

92 I. M. Franklin 1836, Vernon Par., La. _. 

93 T. H. McClendon 1833, Heard Co., Ga. _ 

94 C. T. Munholland 1841, Yazoo Co., Miss. _. 

95 R. C. Grace 1857, Thomasville, Ga. 

96 R. S. Trippett 1822, Doncaster, England .. 

97 S. H. Whatley ..... 1846, Catahoula Par., La. _. 

98 J. P. Haney .. 1865, E. Feliciana Par., La. 

99 Wilson Moore 1862, Arkansas 

100 J. A. Miller 1832, Anderson Dist, S. C. 

101 T. J. Upton .. 1830, Columbus, Ga. _. 

102 H. O. White 1840, Franklin, Tenn. .. 

103 George Jackson 1823, England 

104 J. M. Johnson 1825, Alabama 

105 N. S. Cornell 1833, Saratoga Co., N. Y. .... 

106 S. S. Keener 1857, New Orleans, La. 

107 C. W. Carter 1833, E. Feliciana Par., La. 

108 R. J. Harp 1829, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 

109 A. W. Hoffpauir 1886, Lafayette Par., La. ..... 

110 J. A. Parker Alabama 

111 F. R. Hill ... 1844, Nashville, Tenn. 

112 C. F. Staples 1853, Wilcox Co., Ala. .. 

113 T. H. Morris No record 

114 H.Armstrong 1837, Henderson, Kentucky 

115 J. L. P. Sheppard 1841, Montgomery, Ala. 

116 T. S. Randle 1842, Natchez, Miss. 

117 V. D. Skipper 1853, Clark Co., Ala 

118 J. F. Wynn 1836, Livingston Co., Ala. .. 

119 J. B. Fulton 1878, Campti, La. 

120 T. J. Embree ..No record 

121 M. G. Jenkins 1838, Atlanta, Ga. 

122 J. M. Henry ..... .....1863, Newberry, S. C. ..... 

123 J. H. Brown 1849, Claiborne Co., Ala. ... 

124 J. D. Harper 1846, Shelby Co., Ala. .. 

125 W. A. Mangum 1882, Trenton, Miss. 

126 P. M. Brown 1870, Woodville, Miss. 

127 J. M. Brown 1840, Dallas Co., Ala. 

128 H. B. Vandenburg 1853, New Orleans, La. 

129 S. D. Roberts 1892, Gloster, Miss. 

130 A. J. Bonette 1869, Eros, La. 

131 J. I. Hoffpauir Indian Bayou, La. 

132 B. H. Sheppard 1862, Calhoun, La. _. 

133 R. S. Isbell 1836, Richmond, Va 

134 F. R. Power 1880, Hot Springs, Arkansas 

135 W. J. Porter ... 1861, Natchitoches Par., La. 

136 R. A. Davis 1842, Franklin, Tenn. 



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Date and Place of Birth 



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137 F. G. Hocutt No record 



138 J. L. Greenway, Jr 1891 

139 John Steit ME 1856 

140 M. M. Culpepper ME -1877 

141 Carl Fromen ME 1863 

142 S. D. Howard 1865 

143 Robt. Randle 1842 

144 A. A. Bernard 1873 

145 P. O. Lowrey 1869 

146 W. H. Jordan 1875 

147 B. T. Crews 1847 

148 J. G. Sloane 1866 

149 E. A. Powell ME 1864 

150 F. Bohmfalk ME 1848 

151 C. R. Robinson ME ,.... 1857 

152 Wm. A. Moers ME .... -1853 

153 J. W. Lively ME 1848 

154 F. B. Hill 1865 

155 H. W. May 1861 

156 R. W. Tucker 1862 

157 R. H. Wynn 1871 

158 J. A. Traeger ME 1856 

159 Jacob Ott ME 1848 

160 F. Beckendorff ME —1863 

161 John C. Groth ME —1846 

162 G. W. F. Schrieber ME .1872 

163 August Didzun ME —1863 

164 J. F. Patterson 1841 

165 J. T. Sawyer 1843 

166 G. D. Purcell 1870 

167 W. W. Drake 1871 

168 H. S. Johns 1866 

169 J. S. Rutledge 1862 

170 T. J. Warlick 1857 

171 H. Homburg ME 1850 

172 Thomas Carter 1870 

173 L. I. McCain 1878 

174 G. D. Anders 1855 

175 S. A. Steel 1849 

176 C. C. Wier 1866 

177 C. C. Miller 1860 

178 A. W. Turner 1866 

179 A. J. Coburn 1858 

180 E. L. Cargill 1866 

181 J. S. Henley 1872 

182 H. K. Faulk ME 1883 

183 J. W. Lee 1870 

184 F. S. Parker 1863 



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Bern, Switzerland 

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Kalmar, Sweden 

Palmetto Co., Ga. 

Natchez, Miss. 

Near Lafayette, La. 

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Hood's Mill, La. 

South Carolina 

St. Landry Par., La. 

De Kalb, Illinois 

Ostfriesland, Germany . 

Jackson, Michigan 

Hanover, Germany 

Washington, Arkansas ___ 

Plymouth, England 

Plattville, Ala. 

E. Feliciana Par., La. ... 

Waterproof, La. 

Decatur, Indiana 

Worms, Germany __. 

Rose Hill, Texas 

Cuxhafen, Germany 

Meckenburg, Germany . 
East Prussia, Germany _ 

Natchez, Miss. 

Ann Arbor, Michigan _. 

Black Hawk, Miss. 

Magnolia Springs, Miss. 
Clarendon, Arkansas __ 

Evergreen, La. 

Asheville, N. C. 

Wehdem, Germany 

Bastrop, Louisiana 

Montgomery, Louisiana 

Amite Co., Miss. 

Grenada, Miss. 

Avoyelles Par., La. __. 

Jackson, La. 

Livingston Par., La. 

Hindman, Kentucky __. 

Winn Parish, La. 

Bedford Co., Tenn. 

Ebenezer, La. 

Daisy, La. 

Caddo Par., La. 



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186 H. N. Harrison 1857, Pass Christian, Miss. 

187 S. S. Holladay 1849, 

188 J. F. Sarner ME 1864, 

189 John Hierholzer ME . -1869, 



Franklin Co., Miss. 
Samaland, Sweden ._ 

Bracken, Texas 

Decatur, Illinois ..... 
Clinton, Alabama _.._ . 
Pracken, Texas 

Fredriksal, Norway 
Middleburg, Tenn. ... 



190 L. E. Gower ME 1865, 

191 W. T. Stokes ME 1856^ 

192 G. T. C. Doerr ME -—1868, 

193 O. E. Olander ME 1858, 

194 Geo. S. Sexton 1867, 

195 W. F. Henderson 1853, Caddo Par., La. .. 

196 S. J. Davies ..... -1857, St. Mary Par., La. .. 

197 George Fox _. 1875, Dumas Co., Arkansas 

198 F. N. Sweeney 1859, Grand Cheniere, La. _ 

199 O. W. Johnson ME -.-1868, Nysund, Sweden _. 

200 J. E. Urbantke ME —1849, Beilitz, Austria 



201 Otto Anderson ME 

202 P. B. McCullin ....... 



1852, Samaland, Sweden 
1892, Lincoln Par., La. ... 



203 C. Roger Lahey 1912, Indiana 



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1892, Ashdown, Arkansas 
1876, Jena, Louisiana 



206 Ellis Smith .. -1868, Chireno, Texas 

207 T. P. Turner No record 

208 David A. Bodie MP No data in MP M 

209 Jas. B. Landers MP —No data in MP M 

210 C. A. Morrison MP No data in MP M 

211 J. T. Humphreys MP —No data in MP M 

212 Oliver Hearne MP —No data in MP M 

213 B. W. Taylor MP No data in MP M 

214 Jas. P. Patton MP No data in MP M 

215 I. T. Strickland MP —No data in MP M 

216 W. Davis Owen MP —No data in MP M 

217 Robt. T. Crow MP —No data in MP M 

218 T. L. Grumpier MP No data in MP M 



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220 D. T. Ponder MP No data in 

221 L. H. Swayze MP No data in MP M 

222 A. G. Austin MP No data in MP M 

223 J. W. Terry MP No data in MP M 

224 P. A. Smart MP No data in MP M 

225 J. F. Hearne MP No data in MP M 

226 Sarah A. Brady MP —No data in MP M 

227 W. P. Fowler MP No data in MP M 

228 Jas. C. Hearne MP No data in MP M 

229 Omer Stewart MP No data in MP M 

230 Jas. A. Holt MP No data in MP M 

231 Jno. A. Riley MP No data in MP M 

232 R. M. Walker MP No data in MP M 



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Name 



Date and Place of Birth 



Adm. Died 



233 W. M. Piatt MP No data in MP Minutes 

234 J. F. Reid MP No data in MP Minutes 

235 W. R. Harvell 1870, Harvell's Mill, La. ______ 

236 J. O. Bennett 1857, Booneville, Miss. 

237 R. A. Bozeman 1889, Pleasant Hill, La. 

238 J. D. Nesom 1877, Walker, La. 

239 R. L. Weldon 1876, Anacoco, La. 

240 Briscoe Carter 1865, Bastrop, La. 

241 A. S. Lutz 1874, New Orleans, La. 

242 Wm. Schuhle 1863, Marlen, Germany ________ 

243 Mary E. Perdue 1870, Shreveport, La. 

244 J. B. Williams 1858, Near Lisbon, La. 

245 J. B. Blackburn 1870, Claiborne Par., La. ______ 

246 B. F. Rogers 1886, Prentiss, Miss. 

247 Cleanth Brooks 1873, Denmark, Tenn. 

248 K. W. Dodson 1868, Poplar Bluff, Mo. 

249 H. N. Brown 1875, Near Baton Rouge, La. 

250 H. W. Bowman 1869, Leverett, Mass. 

251 R. G. Swanson 1869, Murray County, Ga. .... 

252 H. B. Thomason 1863, Arizona, La. 

253 A. E. Barrett 1866, Whitesville, Ky. 

254 J. F. Foster 1868, New Orleans, La. 

255 H. H. Cantley 1867, Prescott, Ark. 

256 A. P. Boyd 1879, Booth Bay, Maine 

257 J. L. Lay 1865, Tallahatchie Co., Miss. 

258 J. F. Dring 1885, Antioch, La. 

259 C. F. Sheppard 1884, Ouachita Par., La. _..___ 

260 A. M. Shaw 1875, White Co., Ark. 

261 W. W. Holmes 1875, Kipling, Miss. 

262 L. C. Wilson 1865, Tippa Co., Miss. 

263 J. L. Cady 1886, Acadia Par., La. 

264 J. A. McCormack 1876, Gallatin, Tenn. 

265 J. H. Lewis 1862, Winnfield, La. 

266 R. T. Pickett 1876, Choctaw Co., Ala. ______ 

267 C. W. Lahey 1884, Indiana 

268 H. M. Johnson 1889, Edwards, Miss. 

269 A. R. Hoffpauir 1880, Lafayette, La. 

270 E. A. Dennard 1857 

271 J. W. Booth 1874, Carroll Co, Miss. 

272 I. T. Reams 1862, E. Feliciana Par., La. __ 

273 J. F. Waltman 1861, Shubuta, Miss. 

274 F. W. Loy No record 

275 E. O. Hearne 1862, Jackson Par, La. 

276 B. H. Andrews 1887, Greenville, 111. _ 

277 R. F. Harrel 1875, New Orleans, La. ..... 

278 H. W. Rickey 1872, Ocean Springs, Miss. ... 

279 J. W. Faulk 1880, Crowley, La. 

280 Alonzo Early 1873, Palestine, Ohio 



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1888 


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1924 


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1904 


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1940 


1888 


1941 


1894 


1941 


1891 


1941 


1904 


1941 


1888 


1942 


1908 


1942 


1923 


1943 


1894 


1943 


1888 


1943 


1898 


1943 


1891 


1943 


1911 


1943 


1896 


1944 


1921 


1944 


1888 


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Name 



Date and Place of Birth 



Adm. Died 



281 J. L. Williams 1870, Birmingham, Ala. 

282 W. F. Roberts 1883, Bewelcome, Miss. ___ 

283 J. R. Roy 1849, Bradley Co., Ark. 

284 H. J. Boltz 1855, Camden, Ark. 

285 R. T. Ware 1881, Low, Miss. 

286 L. N. Hoffpauir 1869, Lafayette, La. ..... 

287 C. E. McLean __ ...1893, Gurlie, La. _ 

288 R. T. Pynes ... -1875, Clay Co., Ala. .. 

289 C. K. Smith ____. ..-1886, Cleveland Co., N. C. ..... 

290 H. E. Pfost.. —1893, Henry Co., Mo. 

291 J. W. Holliday 1901, Tipah Co., Miss. .. 

292 E. C. Gunn 1883, Isney, Ala. 

293 D. B. Raulins 1888, Franklin Co., Miss. 

294 J. T. McVey Madisonville, Ky. 

295 H. D. Marlin ... .....1880 White Co., 111. — 

296 C. M. Hughes ... ...1872, Vernon Parish, La. __ 

297 H. B. Hines 1870, Rankin Co., Miss. .. 

298 W. F. Henderson, Jr. ....1880, Keithville, La. 

299 G. J. L. Brown _. I860, Winn Par., La. ._ 

300 R. H. Bamburg 1875, Wood Co., Tex. 

301 J. R. Downs __ 1865, Catahoula Par., La. 

302 J. C Sensintaffar 1907, Missouri 

303 Anna Ruth Nuttall ...... 1898, Patterson, La. 

304 T. J. Holladay 1872, Robeline, La. 

305 L. W. Smart 1892, Hood's Mill, La. ..... 

306 G. P. White ... 1867, Woodville, Miss. ..... 

307 S. H. Yockey 1858, Salina, Pa. 

308 J. E. Selfe .... 1873, Jackson, Mich. 

309 A. H. Parker _____ ...1872, Butler Co., Ala. 

310 H. T. Carley _ 1878, Columbia, Miss. 

311 C. B. Powell 1873, Brandon, Miss. 

312 W. E. Akin 1870, Weldon, La. 

313 F. N. Parker 1867, New Orleans, La. 

314 C Warren Johnston ....1898, Conway, Ark. 

315 W. C. Mann 1867 

316 R. M. Brown 1881, E. Baton Rouge Par., La. 

317 C. D. Atkinson 1870, Senoia, Ga. 

318 R. V. Fulton 1869, Davis Springs, La. 

319 C W. Rodgers 

320 J. Van Carter 1879, E. Feliciana, Parish, La. 

321 A. S. Neill 1870, Hazlehurst, Miss. 

322 C. M. Morris 1881, Union Parish, La. 

323 W. T. Gray _. 1871, Northern Alabama 

324 W. C. Mason 1908, Charleston, W. Va. 

325 Geo. D. Parker 1872, New Orleans, La. 

326 Geo. L. Cagle 1887, Cartersville, Ga. 

327 John J. Rasmussen 1901, Vienna, Austria 

328 W. B. Hollingsworth ..1885, Wesson, Miss. 



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1883 
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1920 
1922 
1907 
1922 
1919 
1932 
1907 
1914 
1906 
1918 
1938 
1921 
J 1913 
1896 
1924 
1907 
1937 
1936 
1904 
1915 
1909 
1901 
1918 
1910 
1902 
1907 
1909 
1886 
1923 
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1901 
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1902 
1943 
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1939 
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Name 



Date and Place of Birth 



Adm. Died 



329 W. F. Ragsdale 1925 

330 J. C. Price 1870, Shubata, Miss. 1908 

331 R. S. Walton 1910 

332 P. H. Fontaine 1869, Belvedere Plantation, Miss. __ 1899 

333 N. E. Joyner 1871, Pearl River, La. 1896 

334 S. J. McLean 1919 

335 S. S. Bogan 1865, E. Baton Rouge Par., La. ______ 1893 

336 G. A. Morgan 1888, Indian Bayou, La. 1910 

337 S. W. Irwin Canada 1910 

338 R. W. Vaughan 1873, Arizona, La. 1896 

339 I. A. Patton 1878 Grant Parish, La. 1898 

340 L. W. Cain 1867, Iuka, Miss. 1893 

341 J. R. Strozier 1890, Belah, La. 1919 

342 G. A. LaGrange 1895, Labadieville, La. 1919 

343 W. D. Kleinschmidt ______ 1875, New Orleans, La. 1903 

344 Martin Hebert 1874, Bell City, La 1900 

345 W. P. Van Valkenburg 1868, Warren, Ark. 1896 

346 B. D. Watson 1883, Greensburg, La. 1922 

347 J. P. Bonnecarre 1891, New Orleans, La. 1929 

348 J. W. Mayne 1906 

349 E. V. Duplantis 1888, Abbeville, La. 1925 

350 F. L. Shows 1878, Jackson Parish, La. 1913 

351 L. P. Moreland 1886, Homer, La. 1913 

352 B. F. Griffin 1918 

353 H. M. Law 1884, Appleton City, Mo. 1914 

354 J. Martin Alford 1870, Washington Parish, La. 1895 

355 Samuel L. Riggs 1872, New Iberia, La. | 1902 | 

356 W. W. Perry 1877, Greenwell Springs, La. | 1903 | 

357 John W. Lee 1885, Monterey, Tennessee | 1909 | 

358 John Cude Rousseaux ..1885, Florienville, La. | 1907 | 

359 Dan F. Anders 1894, Blairstown, La. | 1923 | 

360 Harold Hine 1921, Elton, La. | 1944 | 

361 Francis M. Freeman ....1881, Watson, La. | 1902 | 

362 Robert H. Harper 1882, Columbia, La. | 1905 | 

363 William L. Duren 1870, Carroll County, Miss. | 1902 | 

364 Rober E. Smith | 1904 | 

365 Henry W. Ledbetter ....1870, Union County, Ark. | 1896 | 

366 John G. Snelling 1869, Cheneyville, La. | 1908 | 

367 Franklin J. McCoy ______ 1883, Winchester, Kansas | 1907 | 

368 Enoch M. Mouser 1879, Hope, Arkansas j 

369 Adrian M. Serex 1903, Belgium | 1923 | 

370 Louis Hoffoauir 1888, Lafayette, La. | 1911 | 

371 George Mobley Home __ 1895, Grapeland, Texas I 1940 I 



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SESSIONS OF THE CONFERENCE 



No. Place 

1 Opelousas Jan. 

2 Minden Jan. 

3 Baton Rouge Dec. 

4 Shreveport Dec. 

5 Lafayette* Dec. 

*(Part of New Orleans) 

6 Thibodaux Dec. 

7 Baton Rouge Jan. 

8 Mansfield Dec. 

9 Franklin Jan. 

10 Bastrop Dec. 

11 Waterproof Feb. 

12 Mansfield Feb. 

13 New Orleans Dec. 

14 Franklin Dec. 

15 Baton Rouge Dec. 

16 Alexandria Dec. 

17 Bastrop Dec. 

18 Homer ......Dec. 

19 Minden Dec. 

20 Mansfield Nov. 

21 Baton Rouge Dec. 

22 New Orleans Dec. 

23 New Iberia Dec. 

24 Shreveport Jan. 

25 Crowley Jan. 

26 Monroe Jan. 

27 New Orleans Jan. 

28 Baton Rouge Jan. 

29 Alexandria Jan. 

30 New Orleans Dec. 

31 Trenton Dec. 

32 Opelousas Dec. 

33 New Orleans Jan. 

34 Baton Rouge Dec. 

35 Shreveport Dec. 

36 New Orleans Jan. 

37 Mansfield Jan, 

38 New Orleans Jan. 

39 Minden Jan. 

40 Baton Rouge Jan. 

41 Ruston Jan. 

42 Shrevenort Jan. 

43 New Orleans Dec. 

44 Bston Rouge Dec. 

45 Monroe Dec. 



Date 



President Secretary 

Joshua Soule W. H. Crenshaw 

Robert Paine W. H. Crenshaw 

Robert Paine W. H. Crenshaw 

William Capers John M. Hamil 

William Capers P. M. Goodwyn 

Robert Paine P. M. Goodwyn 

J. O. Andrews P. M. Goodwyn 

J. C. Keener ___._ __ P. M. Goodwyn 

J. O. Andrews P. M. Goodwyn 

H. H. Kavanaugh P. M. Goodwyn 

H. H. Kavanaugh P. M. Goodwyn 

Geo. F. Pierce Linus Parker 

Robert Paine Linus Parker 

J. O. Andrews Linus Parker 

John Early Linus Parker 

J. C. Keener ... Linus Parker 

James A. Ivy P. M. Goodwyn 

J. C. Keener P. M. Goodwyn 

J. C. Keener Linus Parker 

J. O. Andrey Linus Parker 

Robert Paine Linus Parker 

Robert Paine Linus Parker 

H. H. Kavanaugh Linus Parker 

H. N. McTyeire Linus Parker 

D. S. Doggett C. F. Evans 

H. H. Kavanaugh C. F. Evans 

Geo. F. Pierce C. F. Evans 

E. M. Marvin C. F. Evans 

Robert Paine John Wilkinson 

H. N. McTyeire Christian Keener 

W. M. Wightman S. H. Schroder 

Robert Paine Christian Keener 

H. N. McTyeire J. T. Sawyer 

J. C. Keener J. T. Sawyer 

J. C. Keener J. T. Sawyer 

H. N. McTyeire J. T. Sawyer 

A. W. Wilson C. F. Evans 

H. H. Kavanaugh C. F. Evans 

R. K. Hargrove C. F. Evans 

J. C. Keener C. F. Evans 

W. W. Duncan C. F. Evans 

Joseph S. Key C. F. Evans 

R. K. Hargrove J. T. Sawyer 

W. W. Duncan J. T. Sawyer 

A. G. Haygood J. T. Sawyer 



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26, 

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14, 

17, 

12, 

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3, 

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5, 

11, 

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No. Place 

46 Alexandria Dec. 

47 Lake Charles Dec. 

48 Homer Dec. 

49 New Orleans Dec. 

50 1 Jackson Dec. 

51 Ruston Dec. 

52 Crowley Dec. 

53 Mansfield Dec. 

54 Monroe Dec. 

55 Baton Rouge Dec. 

56 New Iberia Dec. 

57 Alexandria Dec. 

58 Minden Dec. 

59 Lake Charles Dec. 

60 New Orleans Jan. 

61 Shreveport Dec. 

62 Ruston Dec. 

63 Leesville Dec. 

64 Alexandria Dec. 

65 Homer Dec. 

66 New Orleans Dec. 

67 Monroe Dec. 

68 Crowley Dec. 

69 Shreveport Dec. 

70 Mansfield Nov. 

71 Baton Rouge Nov. 

72 Minden Nov. 

73 New Orleans Nov. 

74 Ruston Nov. 

75 DeRidder Nov. 

76 Alexandria Nov. 

77 Shreveport Nov. 

78 Bogalusa Nov. 

79 Crowley Nov. 

80 New Orleans Nov. 

81 Homer Nov. 

82 Baton Rouge Nov. 

83 Lake Charles Nov. 

84 Lafayette Nov. 

85 Alexandria Dec. 

86 Monroe Dec. 

87 Ruston Nov. 

88 Winnfield Nov. 

89 Shrevenort Nov. 

90 New Orleans Nov. 

91 Minden Dec. 

92 Shrevenort Nov. 

93 New Orleans Nov. 



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Secretary 



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14, 1892 

14, 1893 1 

5, 1894 

11, 1895 
9, 1896 

6, 1897 

15, 1898 

7, 1899 
13, 1900 

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18, 1902 

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7, 1910 
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10, 1913 

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17, 1915 

21, 1916 
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22, 1922 
21, 1923 

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17, 1926 
30, 1927 

21, 1928 

20, 1929 
3, 1930 

18, 1931[ 
24, 1932 ! 

22, 1933 

21, 1934 
20, 1935 

2, 1936 
24, 1937 
16, 1938 



J. C. Keener J. T. 

C. B. Galloway J. T. 

Joseph S. Key J. T. 

J. C. Cranberry J. T. 

R. K. Hargrove J- T. 

E. R. Hendrix J. T. 

E. R. Hendrix J. T. 

H. C. Morrison J. T. 

C. B. Galloway J. T. 

C. B. Galloway F. S. 

O. P. Fitzgerald F. S. 

Joseph S. Key F. S. 

Joseph S. Key F. S. 

H. C. Morrison F. S. 

H. C. Morrison F. S. 

Seth Ward F. S. 

Seth Ward F. S. 

Seth Ward F. S. 

W. A. Candler F. S. 

W. B. Murrah F. S. 

E. D. Mouzon F. S. 

E. D. Mouzon F. S. 

W. A. Candler F. S. 

W. A. Candler F. S. 

James Atkins F. S. 

E. E. Hoss F. S. 

W. B. Murrah F. S. 

J. C. Kilgo F. S. 

J. C. Kilgo F. S. 

W. F. McMurray R. H. 

W. F. McMurray R. H. 

W. A. Candler R. H. 

W. A. Candler R. H. 

S. R. Hay R. H. 

S. R. Hay R. H. 

W. A. Candler R. H. 

W. A. Candler R. H. 

W. A. Candler R. H. 

W. A. Candler R. H. 

H. M. Dobbs R. H. 

H. M. Dobbs __ _ R. H. 

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Parker 
Parker 
Parker 
Parker 
Parker 
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Parker 
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Parker 
Parker 
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Parker 
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No. 


Place Date President Secretary 



94 Ruston Nov. 

95 Baton Rouge Nov. 

96 Shreveport Nov. 

97 New Orleans Nov. 

98 Lafayette Nov. 

99 Shreveport Nov. 

100 Baton Rouge Nov. 

101 Alexandria Nov. 

102 Lake Charles Nov. 

103 Baton Rouge lune 

104 Shreveport May 

105 New Orleans May 

106 Alexandria May 

107 Shreveport May 

108 Shreveport May 

109 Monroe June 

110 Alexandria May 

111 Shreveport May 

112 Shreveport May 

113 Shreveport May 

114 Shreveport May 

115 Shreveport May 

116 Shreveport May 

117 Shreveport June 

118 New Orleans June 

119 Shreveport June 

120 Shreveport ____ ___.May 

121 Shreveport May 

122 Shreveport May 



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1943 1 


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1944 1 


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1948 1 


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1949 1 


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A. Frank Smith R. H. Harper 

A. Frank Smith R. H. Harper 

A. Frank Smith R. H. Harper 

A. Frank Smith R. H. Harper 

A. Frank Smith R. H. Harper 

Paul E. Martin R. H. Harper 

Paul E. Martin R. H. Harper 

Paul E. Martin R. H. Harper 

Paul E. Martin R. H. Harper 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin _ J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin .. J. H. Midyett 

Paul E. Martin ..... „.... J. H. Midyett 

Aubrey G. Walton J. H. Midyett 

Aubrey G. Walton J. H. Midyett 

Aubrey G. Walton J. H. Midyett 

Aubrey G. Walton W. R. Cain 

Aubrey G. Walton W. R. Cain 

Aubrey G. Walton _. _. W. R. Cain 
Aubrey G. Walton W. R. Cain 



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THE 


HONORED DEAD 




Ministers 


Loui 


s Hoffpauir 


George M. Home 


Adrian M. Serex 




Wives 


Mrs. 


W. W. Holmes 


Mrs. 


Perry O. Lowrey 


Mrs. 


S. L. Riggs 


Mrs. 


A. M. Wynne 


Mrs. 


C. M. Hughes 



220 JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 



THE REV. G. M. HORNE 

May 25, 1967, The Reverend George M. Home, a retired Methodist 
Minister, living in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, joined the Church Triumphant. 

Brother Home was born in Grapeland, Texas, May 10, 1895. He spent 
his childhood and youth there. He served in World War I as a Chief Petty 
Officer in Communications. After service he returned home and married 
Miss Mary Hite, September 8, 1919. 

He received a law degree from American Extension University and was 
admitted to the Oklahoma bar in 1925. 

In 1926-27 he attended Southern Methodist University, and then some 
years later received a Bachelor of Theology degree from Union Theological 
College in Chicago. 

He was admitted into the Texas Conference on trial in 1941, admitted 
into full connection in the Texas Conference in 1945. In 1948 Reverend 
Home transferred to the Louisiana Annual Conference where he spent most 
of his ministry. Some of the Charges he held were Tickfaw-Loranger Circuit, 
where under his Pastorate the beautiful Cooper's Chapel Church was built. 
From there he was assigned the Walker Charge in 1951, and moved to 
Deerford in 1955. It was while serving Deerford Church that Brother Home 
retired in June, 1960. 

The Reverend Home was highly esteemed by the people he served and 
with whom he worked. He was well known both in Church and Fraternal 
Circles. At the time of his death he was State Chaplain to World War One 
Veterans. 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Home, one son, Chaplain Robert 
A. Home, stationed in Germany, and one, daughter, Mrs. Elsie Wayne 
Tisdale, Baton Rouge. 

Memorial services were held in Istrouma Methodist Church with The 
Reverend Jerome Cain and Marvin Corley officiating. 



MRS. C. M. HUGHES 

Mrs. Elliedee Beazley Hughes, widow of the Reverend Charles Mose 
Hughes, was born in Shreveport on December 22, 1889. 

She began studying music at an early age, and as a piano student showed 
such remarkable talent that when she had outgrown local teachers, she was 
accepted as a pupil by one of the leading piano teachers in New York. She 
later studied organ, also in New York. 

When she returned to Shreveport, she taught privately and served as 
organist at First Methodist Church. Later she served at Noel Memorial 
Methodist as both organist and choir director. 



JOURNAL OF THE LOUISIANA CONFERENCE 221 

She was married to Charles Mose Hughes, who was then headmaster 
of the Centenary Academy, and superintendent of the Sunday School at 
Noel Memorial Church. 

In the years following, she shared in her husband's varied ministry in 
Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Louisiana. Prior to his retirement in 
1946, they served for eight years at Waterproof. During these years of 
service, she often served as pianist or organist and choir director, taking part 
in the women's activities in the local churches. In many of these com- 
munities she also served as an unpaid director of community choruses or other 
music groups. 

Following Bro. Hughes' retirement, they made their home in Leesville, 
where, following his death in 1951, she continued to live among the many 
friends she had made. She was an active member of First Methodist Church, 
Leesville, and continued to teach piano and organ until failing health necessi- 
tated her entering a nursing home in Winnsboro in 1959, where she died on 
May 23, 1967. 

She was buried in Leesville, with the Reverend James E. Christie 
officiating at her funeral. 



REV. ADRIAN M. SEREX 

If I were asked to summarize the life and work of Adrian M. Serex, 
the words I would use are found in Paul's admonition to Timothy, his "son 
in the ministry". They are — "Study to show thyself approved unto God, a 
workman that needeth not be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth" 
(II Timothy 2:15); and "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my 
course, I have kept the faith ." (II Timothy 4:7). 

Adrian Serex was one of the ablest and most articulate ministers ever to 
serve Methodism and the Christian Ministry. Born in Claberg, Belgium, 
March 28, 1903, son of a minister, he attended John Calvin College in Geneva, 
Switzerland, and received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the Athenaeum of 
St. Giles in Brussels, Belgium at the age of 18. During World War I he 
served as a medical aid on a train in Switzerland which carried wounded 
soldiers to their respective countries. After the war he began to consider 
the various schools in which he might continue his theological training, foi 
he had heard the call to preach the Word of God, and felt the need to 
train himself as highly as possible. Finally, at the age of 18 years, he 
immigrated to the United States, and began working on his B. D. Degree at 
Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and in 1923 was admitted on trial into 
the Louisiana Annual Conference. He received this degree in 1924, then 
moved on to New Orleans where he became associate minister of old First 
Church. While there, he earned his Master of Arts Degree from Tulane 
University in 1925, and in 1926 he was admitted into full connection in the 
Louisiana Annual Conference. It was also while Associate Pastor at First 
Church, New Orleans, that he met and married Mary Muir Bays. They were 



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united in the holy bonds of matrimony on October 19, 1926. To this union 
were born the following children: Henry Muir, Mary Bays, William Dobbs, 
and Donald Martin. Mary Muir Serex preceded her husband in death, having 
been transferred to the Church Triumphant June 2, 1961. In 1928 he re- 
turned to Belgium as a student at the University of Brussels, where in 1929 
he earned the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. In 1926 he was appointed 
pastor of Second Church in New Orleans, and later served as pastor at New 
Iberia and Minden. From 1936 to 1942 he was Superintendent of the Shreve- 
port District. From 1942 to 1952 he served First Church in Monroe — which 
is the longest pastorate that church has ever had. In 1952 he went to Rayne 
Memorial Church in New Orleans and stayed there until 1962 when, because 
of ill health, he was granted sabbatical leave. In 1963 he accepted appoint- 
ment as pastor of the new Methodist Church in Belle Chasse, where he served 
until his death. At the same time and for the same period, Dr. Serex served 
as Chaplain for Touro Infirmary, the Baptist Hospital, and the Eye, Ear, 
Nose, and Throat Hospital in New Orleans. In November of 1963 he married 
the former Emeline Gober Crawford of Prattville and Bay Minette, Alabama. 

Those who knew Adrian M. Serex loved and appreciated him. The 
possessor of a keen mind and an articulate tongue, he was in constant de- 
mand as preacher, teacher, and lecturer. While at Emory University he was 
student instructor in French and Greek New Testament. While on the 
Shreveport District he lectured in philosophy at Centenary College, and 
taught a course in Philosophy of Religion at Perkins School of Theology in 
Dallas, Texas. The churches that he served were the fortunate recipients 
of his vast knowledge and facile mind. 

While those of us who knew Adrian Serex remember him as a person of 
deep intellect and as a great preacher, there were other important facets of 
his life that cannot be passed over. He was a great humanitarian who loved 
and worked well with people. During World War II, while he was pastor of 
First Church in Monroe, he had a devotional program which went over a 
local radio station each night at 10:15. Deigning to tape the program he 
went to the station each night to do the program, and it became a legend 
in its time. His deep compassion and knowledge of what war can do to 
the minds of men were blended into the most popular radio program in the 
area — even at that late hour. People in the City of Monroe and surrounding 
areas still talk about the good that emanated from these programs. While in 
Monroe, Dr. Serex also helped found a chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous, and 
each year, until his death, he was that group's honored guest at their annual 
banquet. He was one who loved people, and who could, because of previous 
personal experience, have "empathy" for them. 

Adrian Serex heeded well the admonition to "study to show thyself ap- 
proved unto God — a workman with no need for shame". He attended six 
colleges and Universities on two continents. His hungry mind was forever 
searching for the truth; and all during his ministry he continued his quest for 
knowledge. His great desire was "to know" and "to be", and to help others 
along this path. He will be remembered by many of the younger men of the 
Conference for his work of many years as Chairman of the Board of Ministerial 
Training and Qualification. In this capacity he was able to guide many young 



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men who sought admission into the Conference, and in this way his life 
touched many lives. 

Adrian loved his church and served her well throughout his entire min- 
istry. Bishop Aubrey G. Walton, in his eulogy of Dr. Serex said this: "His 
going brings to a close a long and rewarding ministry. I have not had an 
opportunity to check on the lists, but his service record of forty-three years as 
an active minister in the Louisiana Annual Conference may mean that he 
possessed the longest record of active years of any man now serving in the 
Conference." 

On June 10, 1962, he served his last Sunday at Rayne Memorial Church 
in New Orleans - although he was unable to attend the service. This brought 
to a close the longest active ministry of any man at that church, and his fare- 
well message to his congregation was printed on the back of his bulletin. It 
gives more insight to his unselfish and dedicated life than any words of my 
own ever could. He wrote: "My leaving the pulpit of Rayne Memorial is 
altogether my loss, not yours. . . .(your new minister) is one of the most gifted 

and capable ministers in the Conference He has an adorable wife, whom, 

I am sure, you will love. I commend your new minister to your love and care. 
Help him in ever possible way. The ministry at Rayne Memorial is not an 
easy task. The demands which you make upon your spiritual leader are the 
most exacting. ... so, I beseech you to make things as easy as possible for 
my successor. Rally behind him, work harmoniously with him, and above all 
else — love him, so that he may be at his best and that the influence and 
services of Rayne Memorial to this great city may be at their peaks of effec- 
tiveness and power." 

In addition to the many friends Adrian Serex leaves behind, he is sur- 
vived by his widow, Mrs. Emeline Gober Serex, three sons, William D. and 
Donald M. Serex, both of New Orleans, and Henry M. Serex of Sacramento, 
California; a daughter, Mrs. E. A. Parker of Foster City, California; his step- 
mother, Mrs. Emily Serex of Montreux, Switzerland; a sister, Mrs. Henri 
DeWorm of Montreux, a brother, Henri Serex of Shreveport, and four 
grandchildren. 

Adrian Serex is now a member of the Church Eternal. His good influ- 
ence and wonderful spirit are the part of his immortality he has achieved 
here. We will remember him as a gentleman, a scholar, and a preacher in 
the highest tradition. In death he fulfilled the admonition of Paul to Timothy: 
"I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: 
Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, 
the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but 
unto all them also that love his appearing." 



By 

George W. Harbuck 
Luman E. Douglas 



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MRS. SAMUEL LEONIDAS RIGGS 

Adah Alice Matthews Riggs was born in New Orleans, the daughter 
of Frederich and Adah Matthews. She was a gifted pianist and organist and 
generously used her talent in the work of her church. It was while playing 
for a revival meeting that she met the Reverend Samuel Leonidas Riggs, a 
fervent yonng Methodist preacher who had been assigned to do evangelistic- 
work in New Orleans. They were married on February 1, 1905 by Bishop 
Henry Clay Morrison. 

With energetic devotion she accompanied her husband to a succession of 
parsonage homes, serving churches in DeRidder, Kentwood, St. Francisville, 
Opelousas, Mooringsport, and Cedar Grove, Shreveport. In 1928 Brother 
Riggs retired because of ill health and they made their home in Shreveport. 
She shared with her husband a devotion to the poor and afflicted, and for 
seven years she served as the first president of Goodwill Industries in 
Shreveport. She was a member of Magnolia Chapter, O.E.S., and an active 
member of First Methodist Church. 

Mrs. Riggs died on January 9, 1967, in Shreveport. Funeral services 
were conduced by Dr. Ben Oliphint and the Reverend P. M. Caraway. She 
was laid to rest beside her husband in Greenwood Cemetery, Shreveport. 

She is survived by a son, Leonard M. Riggs of Longview, Texas; a grand- 
son, Leonard M. Riggs, Jr. of Dallas, Texas; a sister, Mrs. A. D. Turner of 
Minden, Louisiana; and a number of nieces and nephews. 

Her personal buoyancy and zest for living, her love of people and "salt 
of the earth" kind of goodness, bear a lasting witness to the words of 
Browning: 

"But God has a few of us whom he whispers in the ear; 
The rest may reason and welcome; 'tis we musicians 
know." 



Ben Oliphint 



MRS. LETHA FOSTER WYNNE 

A Tribute by Mrs. P. H. Wade, Jr. 
Daughter of Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Wynne 

Mrs. Letha Foster Wynne died at 5:00 P.M., Sunday, March 5, 1967. 
Funeral services were held at 2:30 P.M., Monday at Kilpatrick Funeral home 
in Bernice, Louisiana with the Rev. Byrd L. Terry officiating. Burial was in 
Forest Park Cemetery, Shreveport, Louisiana. 

Mrs. Letha Foster Wynne, daughter of John Kirk Foster and Amanda 
Jane Hayes was born September 15, 1882, in Vernon Parish. There were 
five brothers and four girls. 



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Survivors of Mrs. Wynne are one brother, Le Roy Foster of Leesville, 
and two sisters, Mrs. Leslie Hamner and Mrs. E. A. Hamner both of Shreve- 
port, Louisiana. 

Mrs. Wynne was educated at Ft. Jessop Academy and prior to her mar- 
riage was Post Mistress of Anacoco, Louisiana. Her father was a long time 
teacher in Louisiana. 

Mr. Ardis M. Wynne and Miss Letha Foster were united in wedlock 
October 25, 1917. They have one child, Mrs. Emeline Wade, of Oak Ridge, 
Louisiana. She was born November 6, 1918. 

Rev. and Mrs. Wynne began their work together in the Methodist 
Episcopal Church in the Gulf Texas Conference. Then was transferred to 
the Louisiana Conference December 3, 1925, which they served together 
until retirement in 1954 in Bernice, Louisiana. 

Mother was a devoted wife and took an active part in all Christian work 
with her husband. She was capable in many fields of church work from 
music to teaching. Mother was a member of the Eastern Star and took part 
in club work in her younger years. 

Rev. and Mrs. Wynne were on the Zachary, Slaughter work 1927 - 1931. 
They were beloved in both churches. Mrs. Wynne organized a Woman's 
Missionary Society in Slaughter in 1928. In 1958 that W.S.C.S. honored her 
with a Life Membership Pin. 

This is a poem she kept in her Bible which expresses most what I want 
to say. 

I thank thee, Lord, that grief can't always last 
That there's an end to sorrow's darkest day. 
Then give me gratitude for pleasures past. 
The joys thou sawest fit to take away. 

The treasures that were lent me for awhile, and then recalled. 

O help me Lord to smile and say, 

Thy will be done sincere and true, 

And give me work these empty hands to do. 



MRS. PERRY O. LOWREY 

Mrs. Perry O. Lowrey, widow of the Reverend Perry O. Lowrey of the 
Louisiana Conference, died on July 23, 1966. Funeral services were held in 
the Mansfield Methodist Church on July 26 by Dr. Guy M. Hicks, assisted 
by Rev. George F. Pearce and Rev. R. W. Bengtson. Interment was in the 
Mansfield cemetery, where she was laid to rest by her husband and one 
son, Lamar. 



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Mrs. Lowrey was born in Seguin, Texas on December 22, 1879, the 
daughter of Lucius Mirabeau McGehee and Frances Elizabeth Brown Mc- 
Gehee. She was a descendent of the Mirabeau B. Lamar family and a niece 
of Bishop Hiram Abiff Boaz (deceased) of Texas. 

While serving as organist of Sherman St. Methodist Church in San 
Antonio, Texas, young Miss McGehee met Rev. P. O. Lowrey of Mansfield, 
Louisiana, a young minister who was holding a revival in the Sherman St. 
church. They were married on July 16, 1902, and returned to the Louisiana 
Conference where their first pastorate was in Bastrop. 

Together they served faithfully in many capacities in Louisiana, specializ- 
ing in the pastoral ministry and in rural missions. At one time Rev. Lowrey 
was Executve Secretary of Missions and his wife was a loyal partner in this 
Conference-wide work. Except for the earliest years, Mansfield was their 
home and there they reared a family of ten children (one deceased) who arc 
known today as outstanding Christian leaders wherever they live. 

After her husband's death in 1929, Mrs. Lowrey continued to make her 
home in Mansfield and to be active in church and community. As a musician 
she served First Methodist Church there as pianist and organist. She was a 
faithful and useful member of the (then) Woman's Missionary Society, and a 
church member whose church and home came first. As both father and 
mother to her growing children, she saw to it that they were taught a deep 
and loving church devotion. 

During the declining years of her life Mrs. Lowrey lived with the family 
of her eldest daughter Grace and husband, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Miller, in 
Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Her last years of infirmity were spent in the La 
Rocca Nursing Home, Tuscaloosa. She died there on July 23, 1966, at the 
age of eighty-six. 

Surviving relatives include an only sister, Mrs. J. W. Lowrey of Mansfield,, 
nine children and numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Her children 
are: Grace: Mrs. D. A. Miller, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Ruth: Mrs. R. A. Kobs, 
Columbus, Georgia; Francis: Mr. F. M. Lowrey, Monroe, Louisiana; Brunner: 
Mr. B. E. Lowrey, Mansfield, Louisiana; Perry: Mr. Perry C. Lowrey, Caracas, 
Venezuela; Louise: Mrs. W. E. Hulsey, Huntsville, La.; Evelyn: Mrs. C. E. 
Freeland, Lucedale, Mississippi; Marvin: Mr. Marvin Lowrey, Maplewood, 
Louisiana; Wilbur: Mr. Wilbur Lowrey, Washington, D. C. 

I was Mrs. Lowrey's pastor in Mansfield and knew her as her life 
spanned some difficult years of depression. Her whole life was one of 
pioneering service, and I have many joyous memories of her as we worked 
together in church and community. To her, life was truly a sacrament and 
religion was a matter of uplift and even laughter and keen wit in the midst 
of daily duties. 

Her faith was an inspiration to me as it was to her family, her church 
and her community. Her service to others always seemed an outpouring of 
love, and her many sacrifices were made with joy and a deep sense of 
dedication. 



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As we officiated at the last, loving rites, we felt that relatives and friends 
in the Mansfield Church were there to give tribute and respect and love 
to a truly great Christian. We believe with all our hearts that she is with 
the Heavenly Father in that "house not made with hands, eternal in the 
heavens." 

Guy M. Hicks 



MRS. W. W. HOLMES 

Mrs. W. W. Holmes, one of the grand ladies of Louisiana Methodism 
died in Baton Rouge Nov. 29, 1966 at the age of 90. The services at the 
Wm. B. Reiley University Methodist Church were conducted by Rev. Jack 
Cooke her present pastor, and Dr. W. E. Trice who was her pastor since 
the death of Dr. W. W. Holmes in New Orleans in 1946. 

She was born in Bristol, Tenn., March 23, 1876. Her family moved to 
New Orleans in 1904 where she met and married a young minister, Rev. W. 
W. Holmes, Dec. 19, 1907. 

With the passing of this gracious lady of the Methodist parsonage so 
many of us pause to remember with deep affection the fruitful ministry of Dr. 
and Mrs. W. W. Holmes who touched and transformed so many lives in their 
beloved Louisiana Conference. They were a team; and during their 
service years on the New Orleans district they enriched the lives of their 
preachers and inspired their parsonage families with hope, vision and 
dedication. 

Mrs. Holmes held her values always in proper proportion during the 
heavy demands of parsonage life. Her husband and children came first, and 
her devotion to them was a measure of her own calling from God. 

After the death of Dr. Holmes she moved to Baton Rouge where her 
children reside and where she devoted many years to various activities in the 
University Methodist Church. Dr. W. E. Trice was her pastor and found 
in her a true friend, counselor and inspiration. 

Dr. Trice and Dr. Jas. T. Harris, so closely associated with her and 
Dr. Holmes, speak eloquently of her gracious qualities as a woman, a home 
maker, and a church leader. On all occasions she was a gracious hostess 
and in this expressed her love for people. She sparkled with a sense of 
humor making herself the center of her wit. She remained ever a student of 
the Bible and served with great effectiveness in the Church School and 
Woman's Society of Christian Service. The many lives she touched will for- 
ever be enriched because she passed this way. 

Her great host of friends bid her farewell and turn in gratitude to God 
who gave this life to us in this generation. 

Bentley Sloane 



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REVEREND LOUIS HOFFPAUIR 

Reverend Louis Hoffpauir was born in Indian Bayou, Louisiana on 
August 9, 1888. He was the son of Mr. E. B. Hoffpauir and Mrs. Olive 
Morgan Hoffpauir and was reared on a farm in the Indian Bayou Area. 

After completing his elementary work, he attended Abbeville High 
School where he graduated. Due to his responsibilities on the farm, he was 
not able to attend College but was always very studious and enjoyed reading. 

On January 16, 1907 he was married to Miss Alice Spell of the Lafayette 
area. From this union two sons and two daughters were born. Brother 
Hoffpauir is now survived by his wife and the four children: Herbert Hoff- 
pauir, Claude Hoffpauir, Mrs. George Hubbard and Mrs. H. S. Heaton. 
In addition there are ten grandchildren. 

At the time of his marriage, Brother Hoffpauir was not a member of any 
Church. He was later converted and united with the Methodist Church. He 
had a very vital religious experience and became active immediately. His 
first work was with young people. He then assumed the responsibility for 
conducting prayer services for the adults in his local church and assisted his 
minister in many other ways. 

He soon revealed that he had a definite call to the ministry. This call 
was so clear that he could not ignore it. He had faith that he could prepare 
himself with the help of his Lord and many friends. His Bishop and several 
ministers with whom he was acquainted loaned him books and gave him a 
recommended reading list, which he immediately began to study intensively. 
He took work by correspondence and was soon showing real progress in his 
development as a minister. He was to become one of the most effective 
members of the Louisiana Annual Conference. 

Brother Louis Hoffpauir was deeply loved by the congregations which he 
served as well as by his fellow-ministers. He was a kindly and considerate 
man. He had the personal magnetism which drew people to him and gave 
them confidence in him and faith in The Lord Jesus Christ. Louis was an 
unassuming person, but one who generated deep loyalties in people. He was 
a friend of the executive, the white collar worker and the laboring man. This 
gave him a rare understanding and insight into the interests and needs of 
people and an ability to communicate with them. This enabled him to 
interpret God to them in a way that made Him real and personal. 

Brother Hoffpauir loved the out-of-doors, and his avocation was that of 
raising rice and live stock. This proved to be a source of great interest and 
joy to him in the closing years of his life. Nothing pleased him more than 
to be able to take his friends out to his farm near Sulphur. 

He retired in the year 1960 from the First Methodist Church in 
Crowley, where he had served for seven years. He had thus completed 
approximately 50 years in the active ministry. During these years he served 
the following Churches and Districts: 1910-1912 Bell City, Hayes and West 
Lake; 1912-1915 Bayou Chicot, Ville Platte, White Castle and Garland; 



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1915-1922 Henning Memorial, Sulphur, and Vinton; 1922-1925 Coushatta; 
1925-1930 First Church, Lafayette; 1930-1933 First Church, West Monroe; 
1934 Homer; 1934-1938 Ruston District; 1938-1944 First Church, Haynesville; 
1944-1950 Ruston District; 1950-1953 New Iberia; 1953-1960 First Church, 
Crowley. 

After leaving Crowley, Brother and Mrs. Hoffpauir retired to their home 
in Sulphur. However, he was not to retire from the ministry. He served 
as interim Pastor of the St. Luke Church in Lake Charles for some nine 
months during 1961-1962. Through his help and leadership, the Wesley 
Church was organized in North Sulphur early in 1963. On April 14 of that 
year Charter Membership was observed with 107 people uniting with the 
Church. This was a very happy occasion for both Brother and Mrs. Hoffpauir. 
This included 27 people on profession of Faith, 16 from other denominations 
and 64 from other Methodist Churches. 

Brother Hoffpauir continued to serve the Wesley Church for about one 
and one-half years until his health began to fail. He gradually grew weaker 
over the months but maintained his fine spirit and deep faith. He passed on 
to his eternal reward on December 16, 1966. Interment was in the Mimosa 
Pines Garden of Memories just south of Sulphur. 

R. Leonard Cooke 



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Charge and Church 




Pastors and Associate P 


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58a 


58b 


Alexandria— First Church 
Horseshoe Dr. 
Trinity 
Wesley 
St. Paul's 


11,200 
5,400 
7,700 
1,782 
1,000 


11,200 

5,400 

7,342 

1,800 

960 


4,800 


5,400 


16,600 

5,400 

7,342 

1,800 

960 


1,200 

1,200 

1,200 

600 

480 


1,200 


2,400 

1,200 

1,200 

600 

480 


600 
600 


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Alex.-G. Ct.-Lewis Chapel 
Melder 
Liberty Chapel 
Pleasant Grove 


325 
400 
900 
500 


175 
198 
900 
500 






175 
198 
900 
500 


150 
150 
600 




150 
150 
600 






Ball 

Clear Creek 
Springhill 


1,360 
840 
400 


1,300 
500 
400 






1,300 
500 
400 


1,100 
340 
200 




1,100 
340 
200 


100 




Boyce 

Lahey Chapel 
Sieper 


2,900 
900 
240 


2,900 
900 
200 






2,900 
900 
200 


1,040 
300 
160 




1,040 
300 
160 






Bunkie 

White's Chapel 


6,600 
700 


6,600 
700 






6,600 
700 


900 
300 




900 
300 


500 




Colfax 

Hollin's Chapel 


4,100 
700 


4,100 
700 






4,100 
700 


1,080 
300 




1,080 
300 


400 
200 




Elizabeth 

Hopewell 


2,730 
1,970 


2,000 
2,000 






2,000 
2,000 


800 
1,000 




800 
1,000 


200 




Evergreen 

Simmesport 


972 
937 


706 
937 






706 
937 


675 
525 




675 

525 




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Glenmora 

Fellowship 
Forest Hill 


3,400 

1,100 

700 


3,200 
900 
600 






3,200 
900 
600 


800 
600 
600 




800 
600 
600 


300 


. 


Jena 

Belah 


7,200 
1,448 


7,200 
1,000 






7,200 
1,000 


1,200 
500 




1,200 
500 


600 




Jonesville 


4,200 


4,200 






4,200 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Lecompte 

Bayou Chicot 
Cheneyville 


4,200 
600 
900 


4,200 
660 
840 






4,200 
660 
840 


480 
400 
300 




480 
400 
300 


300 


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Marksville 

Oak Grove 


3,180 
2,310 


2,809 
2,310 






2,809 
2,310 


600 
600 




600 
600 


375 




Marthaville 
Beulah 
Robeline 


480 
360 
480 


480 
360 
500 






480 
360 
500 


28 
240 




28 
240 






Mt. Zion 
Atlanta 


990 
1,086 


1,026 
1,146 






1,026 
1,146 


300 
300 




300 
300 


150 
150 




Montgomery 
Campti 


2,500 
1,400 


2,500 
1,400 






2,500 
1,400 


1,200 
400 




1,200 
400 






Natchitoches— College Ave. 

Provencal 

Weaver 
First Church 
Oak Grove 

Davis Springs 


2,700 
1,002 
1,002 
9,600 
3,000 
1,000 


2,700 
1,000 
1,000 
8,800 
3,000 
1,000 






2,700 
1,000 
1,000 
8,800 
3,000 
1,000 


600 
300 
300 
1,100 
1,200 
200 




600 
300 
300 
1,100 
1,200 
200 


300 
150 
150 
550 


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Oakdale 

Pine Prairie 


6,300 
900 


6,300 
500 






6,300 
500 


1,200 
400 




1,200 
400 


600 




Olla 

Tullos 


4,240 
525 


4,240 

525 






4,240 
525 


1,100 

145 




1,100 
145 




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Palestine 
Bethel 


4,500 
1,200 


4,500 
800 






4,500 
800 


1,150 
500 




1,150 
500 






Pineville 


8,200 


8,200 






8,200 


1,200 




1,200 


600 


I 


Pollock 

Bentley 
Selma 


2,200 

500 

1,100 


2,700 

500 

1,000 






2,700 

500 

1,000 


500 

400 
750 




500 
400 
750 




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Trout 

Eden 
Urania 


2,600 

2,000 

700 


2,600 

700 

2,000 






2,600 

700 

2,000 


799 
216 
400 




799 
216 
400 


515 
200 







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142 
144 


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7 


7 
7 




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8 


4 
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41 


115 

41 


36 
13 


36 
13 


323 
116 


323 
116 


17 
6 


17 
8 




18 
6 


18 
6 




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28 






300 
150 
150 
550 


98 
36 
33 
826 
122 
33 


98 
34 
20 
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122 
33 


31 
11 
11 

263 
39 
11 


31 
11 
11 

263 
39 
11 


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102 

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2,327 

343 

94 


277 

65 

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343 
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14 

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5 

120 

18 
5 


14 
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30 

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15 

6 

5 

128 

19 

5 


15 
5 

128 
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196 

72 

478 
190 
46 






600 


289 

32 


289 

32 


92 
10 


92 
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89 


813 
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42 
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42 
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45 
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20 


162 

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51 
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55 


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212 
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67 
16 


67 
16 


596 
146 


596 
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31 
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33 
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33 
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593 


593 


189 


189 


1,672 


1,672 


86 


86 




92 


92 




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118 
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332 
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17 

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55b 


56a 


56b 


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57b 


57c 


58a 


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7,800 


7,800 






7,800 


1,800 




1,800 




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Couley 


860 


900 






900 


480 




480 






John F. Kilpatrick 






















R. L. Tatum 






















TOTAL 


153,019 


148,514 


4,800 


5,400 


153,914 


38,788 


1,200 


39,988 


8,140 


- 


TOTAL LAST YEAR 


149,227 


147,847 


9,300 


7,500 


155,347 


38,858 


1,875 


40,733 


6,910 




INCREASE 


3,792 


667 














1,230 


- 


DECREASE 






4,500 


2,100 


1,433 . 


77 


675 


745 


























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STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 2-BATON ROUGE DISTRICT-FINANCIAL REPORT 



Amite 


6,000 


6,000 






6,000 


1,200 




1,200 


300 




Angie 


900 


900 






900 


300 




300 






Vamado 


2,700 


2,700 






2,700 


900 




900 






Baker 


5,000 


5,600 






5,600 


1,500 




1,500 


75 




Baton Rouge— Broadmoor 


12,300 


11,700 






11,700 


1,800 




1,800 


520 




First Church 


13,200 


13,950 


15,100 


16,016 


29,966 


1,400 


4,030 


5,430 


600 


1,80< 


Francis Asbury 


2,400 


1,800 






1,800 


800 




800 


400 




Ingleside 


8,400 


8,400 






8,400 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Istrouma 


8,700 


8,700 


3,000 


2,400 


11,100 


900 




900 


411 




Jefferson 


5,600 


5,600 






5,600 


1,800 




1,800 


400 




N. Baton Rouge 


8,000 


8,000 






8,000 


1,200 




1,200 


400 




St. John's 


4,500 


4,500 






4,500 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




St. Luke's 


4,500 


3,900 






3,900 


1,200 




1,200 






Port Allen 


600 


684 






684 


600 




600 






St. Paul's 


6,200 


6,200 






6,200 


1,200 




1,200 


563 




Wm. B. Reily M. 


12,400 


12,400 


6,000 


4,700 


17,100 


1,200 


1,200 


2,400 


600 


601 


Winbourne 


6,600 


6,600 






6,600 


1,200 




1,200 






Bethel 


4,000 


4,000 






4,000 


600 




600 


430 




Blackwater 


6,900 


7,200 






7,200 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Bluff Creek 


600 


600 






600 


600 




600 






Bogalusa— E. S. Mem. 


9,150 


9,950 






9,950 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Carpenter's Chapel 


800 


775 






775 












Clinton 


3,800 


4,100 






4,100 


1,000 




1,000 


200 




Clear Creek 


1,200 


1,240 






1,240 


200 




200 


160 




Concord 


200 


200 






200 


280 




280 






New Hope 


250 


500 






500 


460 




460 






Days 


1,260 


1,200 






1,200 


900 




900 






Center 


525 


500 






500 


305 




305 






Darlington 


357 


340 






340 


260 




260 






Deerford 


3,000 


3,000 






3,000 


600 




600 






Denham Springs 


5,200 


5,200 






5,200 


1,200 


1,200 


600 




Donaldsonville 


2,400 


1,320 






1,320 


1,200 


1,200 


1,080 




Faithful 


2,000 


2,100 






2,100 


600 




600 






Meadows Chapel 


800 


800 






800 


400 




400 




New River 


1,100 


1,000 






1,000 


500 




500 




Fisher 


1,734 


1,651 






1,651 


797 




797 




Mt. Hermon 


495 


472 






472 


370 




370 




Franklinton 


6,300 


6,600 






6,600 


1,200 




1,200 


600 


Gonzales 


4,200 


5,000 






5,000 


1,300 




1,300 




Grand River 


1,200 


1,500 






1,500 


600 




600 






Greensburg 


3,600 


4,050 






4,050 


1,200 




1,200 


350 




Wesley Chapel 


600 


600 






600 


100 




100 






Hammond 


8,400 


8,400 




3,600 


12,000 


1,200 


5,001 


1,700 


600 


1,1& 


Jackson 


3,050 


3,050 






3,050 


1,350 




1,350 


300 




Ethel 


850 


850 






850 


150 




150 


200 




Kentwood 


4,800 


4,500 






4,500 


1,200 




1,200 


420 




Live Oak 


4,200 


4,500 






4,500 


1,200 




1.200 






Livingston 


1,010 


967 






967 


745 




745 


230 




James Chapel 


680 


650 






650 


455 




455 


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32 




75 


351 


351 


112 


112 


989 


989 


51 


51 




54 


54 




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2,400 
400 
600 
411 
400 
400 
600 

563 
1,200 


1,508 
3,503 

575 
961 
324 
644 
194 
158 
38 
251 
1,334 
375 


1,508 
3,503 

575 

961 

492 

644 

194 

40 

38 

251 

1,334 

375 


480 
1,115 

183 

306 

103 

205 

62 

50 

12 

80 

425 

119 


480 
1,115 

183 

306 

103 

205 

62 

35 

12 

80 

425 

119 


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1,621 

2,707 

913 

1,816 

547 

445 

106 

708 

3,760 

1,058 


4,250 
9,873 

1,621 

2,707 

913 

1,816 

547 

445 

106 

708 

3,760 

1,058 


219 
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84 
140 
47 
94 
28 
23 
5 
37 
194 
55 


219 
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84 
87 
42 
94 

10 

5 
37 
194 
55 




233 
541 

89 
148 

50 
100 

30 

24 
6 

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206 

58 


233 
541 

89 
148 
50 

6 

206 

58 




3,498 

287 

47 
340 
270 
200 

3 

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211 




430 


166 


166 


53 


53 


467 


467 


24 


24 




26 


26 




132 




600 


509 


510 


162 


162 


1,435 


1,474 


74 


74 




79 


79 




42 






42 


42 


13 


13 


118 


118 


6 


6 




6 


6 




12 




600 


781 


781 


249 


249 


2,201 


2,201 


114 


114 




121 


121 




64 






31 


31 


10 


2 


86 


86 


4 






5 










200 
160 


213 
64 


213 
64 


68 
20 


68 
20 


599 
181 


599 
181 


31 
9 


31 
9 




33 
10 


33 
10 




560 
145 






22 
21 


21 


7 
7 




61 

60 


60 


3 
3 


3 




3 
3 


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106 
66 

19 


106 
66 
19 


34 

21 

6 


34 

21 

6 


300 
186 
52 


300 
186 
52 


15 
10 

3 


15 
10 

3 




16 

10 

3 


10 

10 

3 




55 

32 
21 






126 


126 


40 


40 


355 


25 


18 


18 




19 


19 




10 




600 


410 


410 


130 


130 


1,155 


1,155 


60 


60 




63 


63 




440 




1,080 


63 


63 


20 


20 


177 


177 


9 


9 




10 


10 




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7 
4 
4 






80 
47 
49 


80 
47 
49 


25 
15 
16 


25 
15 
16 


224 
134 
138 


224 
134 
138 


12 

7 
7 


12 

7 
7 




12 

7 
8 


12 

7 
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90 

27 


90 

27 


29 
9 


29 
9 


253 

77 


253 

77 


13 
4 


13 
4 




14 
4 


14 
4 




7 
2 




600 


354 


354 


113 


113 


998 


998 


52 


52 




55 


55 




29 






154 


154 


49 


49 


433 


433 


22 


22 




24 


24 




13 






52 


52 


17 


17 


148 


148 


8 


8 




8 


8 




4 




350 


168 

33 


168 

29 


53 
10 


53 
9 


474 
92 


474 
56 


24 
5 


24 
4 




26 
5 


26 
4 




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1,700 


727 


727 


231 


231 


2,050 


2,050 


106 


106 




112 


112 




1,119 




-300 
200 


207 
52 


207 
52 


66 
16 


66 
16 


583 
145 


583 
145 


30 
8 


31 
8 




32 
8 


32 
8 




108 
30 




420 


170 


170 


54 


54 


480 


480 


25 


25 




26 


26 




14 






286 


2S6 


91 


91 


807 


807 


42 


42 




44 


44 




23 




230 
64 


70 
60 


70 
60 


22 
19 


20 
19 


198 
168 


198 

168 


10 
9 


10 
9 




11 
9 


11 
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Charge and Church 


Pastors and Associate Pastors 


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56a 


56b 


56c 


57a 


57b 


57c 


58a 


58b- 


Lo ranger 


1,820 


1,741 






1,741 


805 




805 


58 




Cooper's Chapel 


397 


414 






414 


268 




268 






Lottie 


2,600 


3,000 






3,000 


600 




600 


300 




Rosedale 


1,000 


1,100 






1,100 


896 




896 




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2,100 


2,000 






2,000 


1,200 




1,200 






Corbin 


1,000 


1,000 






1,000 


400 




400 




5 


Pine Grove 


3,100 


3,100 






3,100 


800 




800 






Montpelier 


900 


900 






900 


600 




600 




5 


Plaquemine 


6,300 


6,300 






6,300 


1,200 




1,200 






Ponchatoula 


6,300 


6,300 






6,300 


1,000 




1,000 


600 


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St. Francisville 


3,200 


3,400 






3,400 


1,200 




1,200 


622 




Tunica 


600 


600 






600 


300 




300 






Slaughter 


3,000 


3,000 






3,000 


600 




600 






New Roads 


1,160 


1,200 






1,200 


600 




600 






Springfield 


2,200 


2,200 






2,200 


900 




900 






Huff's Chapel 


550 


550 






550 


250 




250 






Maurepas 


650 


650 






650 


350 




350 






Tangipahoa 


3,300 


3,300 






3,300 


300 




300 


400 




Pine Hill 


75 


150 






150 


150 




150 






Pine Ridge 


1,700 


1,800 






1,800 


600 




600 






Tickfaw 


1,320 


1,320 






1,320 


780 




780 






Independence 


900 


900 






900 


300 




300 




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Walker 


1,500 


1,500 






1,500 


300 




300 


120 


1 


Friendship 


1,500 


1,375 






1,375 


225 




225 


120 




Mangum 


1,000 


1,125 






1,125 


475 




475 


120 




Wesley Chapel 


2,462 


2,600 






2,600 


610 




610 


60 




Lee's Landing 


1,650 


1,215 






1,215 


585 




585 


40 




Zachary 


5,600 


5,600 






5,600 


1,300 




1,300 


400 




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TOTAL 


250,045 


252,789 


24,100 


26,716 


279,505 


60,566 


5,730 


66,296 


14,743 


3,5C 


TOTAL LAST YEAR 


242,429 


243,941 


21,500 


20,371 


264,312 


58,785 


4,600 


63,385 


10,960 


2,4C 


INCREASE 


7,616 


8,848 


2,600 


6,345 


15,193 


1,781 


1,130 


2,911 


3,783 


1,10 


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Pecan Island 


5,700 
600 


5,700 
600 






5,700 
600 


900 
240 




900 
240 


400 




Berwick 


5,400 


5,400 






5,400 


1,400 




1,400 


400 




Church Point 
Pitreville 


2,400 
700 


2,400 
700 






2,400 
700 


900 
300 




900 
300 


500 




Crowley— First Church 
Wesley 


8,100 
2,700 


8,600 

2,740 






8,600 
2,740 


1,200 
900 




1,200 
900 


400 




Ebenezer 


2,136 


2,136 






2,136 


744 




744 






Franklin 


v;4oo 


7,400 






7,400 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Golden Meadow 
Grand Isle 


4,450 
1,540 


4,390 
1,540 






4,390 
1,540 


760 
440 




760 
440 


420 

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Houma— First Church 
Houma Hts. 
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Lagrange Mem. 


9,600 

1,950 

640 

1,440 


9,600 

2,963 

840 

1,903 






9,600 

2,963 

840 

1,903 


1,200 
600 
600 
216 




1,200 
600 
600 
216 


500 

215 

200 




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Kaplan 


2,600 
1,200 


2,600 
1,200 






2,600 
1,200 


600 
400 




600 

400 


400 
200 




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Maxie 


1,800 
1,800 


1,800 
1,800 






1,800 
1,800 


600 
600 




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600 






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2,800 
450 
800 


3,000 
500 
800 






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800 


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400 




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8,400 

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500 


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9,200 

510 


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3,800 


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510 


900 

1,200 

510 


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900 

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510 


600 

600 


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Raceland 


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650 


1,200 
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1,200 
675 


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350 




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350 


200 

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1,200 


2,200 
1,200 






2,200 
1,200 


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700 




840 
700 


120 




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6,600 






6,600 


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1,200 


600 




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9,200 






9,200 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




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6,464 


500 


500 


6,964 


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1,200 


600 




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Bayou Vista 


2,400 
1,800 


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2,100 






2,100 
2,100 


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1,227 
600 


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Krotz Springs 
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300 
300 


2,100 
315 
315 






2,100 
315 
315 


600 
200 
100 




600 
200 
100 






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Branch 


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685 


4,875 
685 






4,875 
685 


800 
400 




800 
400 


240 
120 




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Vaherie 

J. Henry Bowdon, Sr. 
Wayne R. Smith 


5,400 
200 


5,400 
200 






5,400 
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900 




900 


300 




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TOTAL LAST YEAR 

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DECREASE 


135,336 

129,851 

5,485 


138,651 
130,136 

8,515 


4,300 

7,820 

3,520 


4,300 
7,970 

3,670 


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138,106 

4,845 


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600 


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Grand Chenier 


3,320 
2,520 


3,320 
2,520 






3,320 

2,520 


900 

300 




900 

300 






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5,700 






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600 




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Holly Grove 


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300 

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300 

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500 
300 




1,200 

500 
300 


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400 
200 




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900 


4,000 
900 






4,000 
900 


1,200 




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300 
300 




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800 


6,000 
800 






6,000 
800 


900 

300 




900 
300 


400 
100 




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2,550 


2,550 
2,550 






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2,550 


600 
600 




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600 


300 

300 




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5,600 






5,600 


1,000 




1,000 


600 




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500 
600 


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500 
600 






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600 


600 
300 
300 




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100 
100 




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7,800 






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2,100 


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400 




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400 


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St. Luke's 
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9,300 


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9,300 


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4,600 


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1,200 
1,200 
1,200 


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600 
600 
600 


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7,600 






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1,200 


600 




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6,300 
900 


6,360 
900 






6,360 
900 


600 
600 




600 
600 


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Broadlands 


900 
900 


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Conf. Claimants' 
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Min. Sal. 
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Gen. Adm. 
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236 

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314 
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575 


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183 


183 


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158 




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919 


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134 


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503 


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160 


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73 


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78 


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221 


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11 


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9,457 

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9,397 

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3,012 

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18,058 
8,602 


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1,376 

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8 


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69 


465 
69 


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4 


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4 




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100 


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46 


276 
46 


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15 


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15 


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129 


779 
129 


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7 


40 

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43 

7 


43 

7 




247 

32 




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300 


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95 


149 
95 


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30 


47 
30 


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269 


419 
269 


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219 


219 


70 


70 


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617 


32 


32 




34 


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100 
100 


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30 
35 


205 
30 
35 


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10 
11 


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10 
11 


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98 


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85 
98 


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5 


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5 
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21 




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145 


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1,282 


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200 


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55 


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18 


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18 


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156 


422 
156 


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253 


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37 




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368 


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128 
47 
174 
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3,256 


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62 

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179 




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141 


141 


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69 




360 




600 


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47 


377 
47 


120 
15 


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15 


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131 


1,063 
131 


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55 

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58 

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58 
7 




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24 




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137 
24 


137 
24 


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8 


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8 


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69 


386 
69 


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MINISTERIAL S 








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56a 


56b 


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57a 


57b 


57c 


58a 


58b 


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2,800 


2,567 






2,567 


1,100 




1,100 


550 




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Hornbeck 


1,800 


2,130 






2,130 


750 




750 


177 




1,000 


892 






892 


450 




450 


100 




Raymond 


4,500 


4,500 






4,500 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Sulphur-Henning Mem. 


8,400 


8,400 






8,400 


1.200 




1,200 


400 




Wesley 


3,400 


3,700 






3,700 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Vinton 


5,400 


5,400 






5,400 


1,200 




1,200 


300 




Welsh 


7,300 


7,300 






7,300 


1,200 




1,200 


300 




Westlake 


5,500 


5,500 






5,500 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




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TOTAL 


169,765 


171,504 


6,100 


6,100 


177,604 


32,800 


1,600 


34,400 


13,747 


1,200 


TOTAL LAST YEAR 


167,770 


166,993 


5,200 


5,200 


172,193 


33,360 


1,000 


34,360 


9,652 


1,150 


INCREASE 


1,995 


4,511 


900 


900 


5,411 




600 


40 


4,095 


50 


DECREASE 












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STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 2-MONROE DISTRICT-I 


TNANCI 


AL REPO 


RT 












Bartholomew 

Hughes Chapel 


800 
500 


800 
600 






800 
600 


500 
580 




500 
580 






Bastrop— First Church 
Memorial 
Beekman 


8,800 
3,300 
1,500 


8,800 
3,000 

1,800 






8,800 
3,000 
1,800 


1,000 
1,200 




1,000 
1,200 


600 
600 




Bonita 
Jones 


1,353 
1,275 


1,353 
1,275 






1,353 
1,275 


700 

500 




700 

500 






Collinston 

Bonne Idee 


3,008 
750 


3,008 
750 






3,008 
750 


600 

210 




600 
210 






Columbia 
Hebert 


4,500 
1,000 


4,500 
880 






4,500 
880 


1,200 
120 




1,200 
120 


500 




Crew Lake 


1,876 


1,877 






1,877 


900 




900 


375 




Crowville 
Baskin 


2,318 
660 


2,318 
460 






2,318 
460 


1,200 
200 




1,200 
200 


400 




Delhi 


5,300 


5,300 






5,300 


1,200 




1,200 


500 




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Floyd 


2,250 
255 


2,250 
220 






2,250 
220 


1,083 
300 




1,083 
300 


180 




Ferriday 


6,000 


6,000 






6,000 


1,200 




1,200 






Gilbert 

Boeuf Prairie 


2,100 
2,340 


2,100 
2,242 






2,100 
2,242 


600 

575 




600 

575 


150 




Grayson 
Kelly 


2,500 
600 


2,500 
600 






2,500 
600 


900 
300 




900 
300 


450 
150 




Kilboume 

Locust Grove 


1,477 
384 


1,717 
385 






1,717 
385 


500 

280 




500 

280 


240 




Lake Providence 


6,240 


6,240 






6,240 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Little Creek 
Union 


920 
850 


926 
850 






926 
850 


670 

530 




670 
530 






Mangham 


2,700 


2,700 






2,700 


1,200 




1,200 


500 




Mer Rouge 


5,000 


5,000 






5,000 


900 




900 


600 




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Gordon Avenue 
Memorial 
St. Mark's 
St. Paul's 
Southside 
Stone Avenue 


10;800 
2,000 
7,650 
3,900 

10,000 
6,600 
4,320 


10,800 
2,000 
7,650 
3,900 

10,000 
6,600 
4,320 






10,800 
2,000 
7,650 
3,900 

10,000 
6,600 
4,320 


1,285 
340 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 


1,200 


2,485 
340 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 


616 
300 
600 
300 
600 
300 
300 




Newellton Union Church 


5,000 


4,600 






4,600 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




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6,800 


6,800 






6,800 


1,200 




1,200 




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3,600 


3,600 






3,600 


900 




900 


600 




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2,031 
1,300 


1,353 
866 






1,353 
866 


140 
70 




140 

70 


400 
400 


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Holly Ridge 


6,950 
1,056 


6,900 
1,116 






6,900 
1,116 


1,200 




1,200 


360 
240 


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550 


107 


107 


34 


34 


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300 


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69 


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194 


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163 


163 


52 


52 


459 


459 


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286 


286 


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230 


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369 


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57 


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565 


565 


29 


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474 


474 


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217 


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230 


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26 


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233 


233 


12 


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603 


192 


192 


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1,700 


88 


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93 


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299 


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796 
2,649 


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44 
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145 




169 
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798 


798 


254 


254 


2,249 


2,249 


116 


116 




123 


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256 


256 


81 


81 


722 


722 


37 


37 




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101 


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43 


43 


379 


379 


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22 


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198 


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71 


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c/d 


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H< 


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p 


P 




55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


56c 


57a 


57b 


57c 


58a 


58b 


St. Andrew's 


5,500 


5,500 






5,500 


900 




900 


420 





St. Joseph 


2,300 


2,300 






2,300 


1,200 




1,200 


600 


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Wesley 


1,500 


1,500 






1,500 












Sicily Island 


4,450 


4,450 






4,450 


900 




900 


350 





Harrisonburg 


2,000 


1,300 






1,300 


1,000 




1,000 






Tallulah 


7,200 


7,200 






7,200 


1,200 




1,200 


600 


5 


Vidalia 


5,400 


5,400 






5,400 


900 




900 


600 




Waterproof 


4,200 


4,200 






4,200 


1,020 




1,020 


200 


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Clayton 


1,000 


700 






700 


300 




300 




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4,300 


4,300 






4,300 


1,100 




1,100 


600 


6 


Claiborne 


4,800 


4,800 






4,800 


1,200 




1,200 


400 




Wilhite 


2,000 


2,000 






2,000 












First Church 


9,600 


9,600 






9,600 


1,200 




1,200 


400 




McGuire 


6,480 


6,480 






6,480 


1,200 




1,200 


256 




Winnsboro 


6,000 


6,000 






6,000 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Wisner 


4,200 


4,200 






4,200 


700 




700 


500 




Walnut Grove 


150 


150 






150 


230 




230 






Woodlawn 


600 


600 




225 


825 


620 




620 






Luna 


180 


300 






300 


300 




300 




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TOTAL 


214,423 


211,936 




225 


212,161 


47,853 


1,200 


49,053 


16,987 




TOTAL LAST YEAR 


203,566 


203,359 


10,300 


10,300 


213,659 


47,321 


1,500 


48,821 


13,445 


533 


INCREASE 


10,857 


8,577 








532 




232 


3,542 




DECREASE 






10,300 


10,075 


1,498 




300 






533 



STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 2-NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT-FINANCIAL REPORT 



New Orleans— Algiers 


6,900 


6,900 






6,900 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Aurora 


7,100 


7,100 






7,100 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Belle Chasse 


4,500 


3,000 






3,000 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




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Carrollton 


10,500 


10,500 






10,500 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




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6,500 


6,500 






6,500 


1,500 




1,500 






First Church 


11,500 


11,500 


4,600 


4,600 


16,100 


1,200 


9,000 


2,100 


992 




Gentilly 


8,000 


8,000 






8.000 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Gretna 


6,300 


6,300 






6,300 


1,600 




1,600 


600 




New Orlean I. City— Felicity 


3,670 


2,700 






2,700 












St. Mark's 


5,100 


5,000 






5,000 


1,275 




1,275 






John Wesley 


1,250 


1,250 






1,250 


180 




180 


180 




Second 


3,600 


3,600 






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184 


184 


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318 


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253 


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116 


116 




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123 




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527 


527 


168 


168 


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77 




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399 


399 


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600 


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568 


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181 


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766 


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244 


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111 




118 


118 




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152 


152 


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48 


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429 


22 


22 




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219 




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1,425 


453 


453 


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4,015 


207 


207 




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220 




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600 


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478 


152 


152 


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70 


70 




74 


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240 


600 


293 


246 


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43 




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45 




152 




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383 


383 


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175 


175 




186 


186 




701 




393 


393 


125 


125 


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57 


57 




61 


61 




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345 


345 


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33 


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108 


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34 


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304 


304 


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57 


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101 


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514 


514 


164 


164 


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1,450 


75 


75 




79 


79 




246 


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1,258 


1,258 


400 


400 


3,544 


3,544 


183 


183 




194 


194 




616 


600 


419 


419 


133 


133 


1,180 


1,180 


61 


61 




65 






50 


600 


419 


419 


133 


133 


1,180 


1,180 


61 


61 




65 


65 




199 




89 


46 


28 


14 


250 


250 


13 






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14 




62 




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19 


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6 


70 


53 


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56b 


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1,920 


1,800 






1,800 


900 




900 


120 




St. Tammany 


300 


300 






300 








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Luling 


6,700 


6,700 






6,700 


1,200 




1,200 


600 






1,950 


1,950 






1,950 


750 




750 




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3,400 


3,400 






3,400 


750 




750 


280 




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3,750 


3,750 






3,750 


1,200 




1,200 


450 




Talisheek 


150 


150 






150 








150 




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7,600 


7,800 






7,800 


1,200 




1,200 


600 






525 


525 






525 


168 




168 






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525 


525 






525 


168 




168 






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4,840 


4,840 






4,840 


1,000 




1,000 


600 




Asbury 


1,000 


1,000 






1,000 


200 




200 






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Carl F. Lueg 






















Jack H. Midyett 






















John B. Koelemay 






















J. Woodrow Hearn 






















H. L. Daughenbaugh 






















TOTAL 


225,485 


223,425 


19,420 


19,420 


242,845 


40,035 


4,800 


44,835 


14,327 


600 


TOTAL LAST YEAR 


218,766 


213,834 


28,420 


27,220 


241,054 


47,817 


5,800 


47,617 


12,780 


1,868 


INCREASE 


6,719 


9,591 






1,791 








1,547 




DECREASE 






9,000 


9,000 




7,782 


1,000 


2,782 




1,268 



STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 2-RUSTON DISTRICT-FINANCIAL REPORT 



Ansley 


600 


600 






600 


300 




300 






Arcadia 

Mt. Mariah 


5,900 
1,200 


5,900 
1,200 






5,900 
1,200 


1,200 
180 




1,200 
180 


400 




Athens 

Bethel 
Cross Roads 


1,826 

300 

1,014 


1,826 

300 

1,014 






1,826 

300 

1,014 


440 
315 
250 




440 
315 
250 






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Alabama 
Beech Grove 


3,900 
300 
400 


3,900 
300 
400 






3,900 
300 
400 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




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Mill Creek 

Strange 


1,323 
840 
568 


960 
560 
630 






960 
560 
630 


190 

144 
300 




190 

144 
300 


295 
144 
306 




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Beulah 
Indian Village 


3,000 
800 
800 


3,000 
800 
800 






3,000 
800 
800 


600 
200 
200 




600 
200 
200 


125 
37 
37 




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900 


1,100 






1,100 


700 




700 


300 




Center Point 


1,600 


1,616 






1,616 


1,200 




1,200 






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Mt. Pleasant 

Zoar 


3,600 
250 
250 


3,600 
250 
250 






3,600 
250 
250 


1,200 
50 
50 




1,200 
50 
50 


500 




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Douglas 


1,595 

2,215 


1,585 
2,215 






1,585 
2,215 


585 
615 




585 
615 


350 
250 




Concord 


450 


450 






450 


450 




450 






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Sarepta 


4,700 
1,000 


4,700 
1,400 






4,700 
1,400 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Dodson 

New Hope 


840 
800 


920 
800 






920 

800 


400 
400 




400 
400 






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Bethel 
Mt. Nebo 


3,870 
700 
390 


3,870 
700 
390 






3,870 
700 
390 


630 
300 

235 




630 
300 

235 


600 




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Mclntyre 


7,800 
900 


1,800 
900 






1,800 
900 


1,100 
300 




1,100 
300 


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100 




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Hilly 


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Conf. Claimants' 
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Gen. Adm. 
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40 


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64 


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563 


29 


29 




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31 




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70 
135 


70 
135 


22 
43 


22 
43 


196 
380 


196 
380 


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20 


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20 




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21 


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150 


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15 


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42 


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117 




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10 


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121 


554 

121 


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29 
6 




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7 


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7 




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14,927 

14,648 

279 


15,896 

15,115 

781 


15,810 

15,182 

628 


5,056 
4,809 

247 


5,019 
4,836 

183 


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28,850 
15,941 


44,553 
28,741 
15,812 


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117 


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2,224 

55 




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2,195 

261 


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158 


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32 


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72 


72 


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212 


67 


67 


596 


596 


31 


31 




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35 


35 


11 


11 


100 


100 


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45 






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13 




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113 


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33 


33 


11 


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137 


44 


44 


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387 


20 


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41 


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115 


115 


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6 




24 


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33 


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93 


93 


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300 


96 


96 


30 


30 


269 


269 


14 


14 




15 


15 




8 




100 


47 


47 


15 


15 


132 


132 


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7 




7 


7 




4 






155 


155 


49 


49 


437 


437 


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38 




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24 




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38 


38 


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12 


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107 


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STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 2-RUSTON DISTRICT-FINANCIAL REPORT (Continued) 












MINISTERIAL SI 


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56a 


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57b 


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58b 




1,300 


1,477 






1,477 


515 




515 


120 






900 


984 






984 


360 




360 






Frantom Chapel 


450 


524 






524 


160 




160 






Farmerville 


5,400 


5,400 






5,400 


1,200 




1,200 


600 






3,700 


3,700 






3,700 


900 




900 


400 


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510 


510 






510 


300 




300 






Harmony Chapel 


2,100 


2,100 






2,100 


900 




900 




1 


Arizona 


800 


800 






800 


200 




200 






Lisbon 


2,100 


2,100 






2,100 


500 




500 






Haynesville 


6,600 


6,600 






6,600 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Colquitt 


600 


600 






600 










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Heflin 


2,100 


2,100 






2,100 


700 




700 


300 




Brushwood 


1,860 


1,860 






1,860 


500 




500 


240 




Hodge 


4,200 


4,200 






4,200 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Homer 


7,200 


7,200 






7,200 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Wesley 


1,800 


1,800 






1,800 












Jonesboro 


6,600 


6,640 






6,640 


1,200 




1,200 


540 




Marion 


2,500 


2,500 






2,500 


700 




700 


400 




Bird's Chapel 


800 


800 






800 


700 




700 






Minden— First Church 


8,700 


8,700 






8,700 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Lakeview 


5,700 


5,700 






5,700 


1,200 




1,200 


250 




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1,000 


1,000 






1,000 


300 




300 


250 




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2,400 


2,400 






2,400 


450 




450 






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600 


600 






600 








390 




Evergreen 


984 


984 






984 


525 




525 






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2,600 


2,600 






2,600 


900 




900 






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1,600 


1,600 






1,600 


900 




900 






Ringgold 


4,700 


4,700 






4,700 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Grand Bayou 


325 


325 






325 












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300 


300 






300 












Ruston— Grace 


6,600 


6,600 






6,600 


1,200 




1,200 


300 




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1,320 


1,320 






1,320 


300 




300 






Trinity 


10,500 


11,000 


1,500 


1,500 


12,500 


1,200 


900 


2,100 


600 




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300 


500 






500 












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2,600 


2,600 






2,600 


1,000 




1,000 


500 




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1,100 


1,100 






1,100 


300 




300 






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3,300 


3,300 






3,300 


900 




900 






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1.400 


1,400 






1,400 


400 




400 


100 




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1,400 


1,400 






1,400 


400 




400 


100 




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1,400 


1,400 






1,400 


400 




400 


100 




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8,000 


8,000 






8,000 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




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300 


300 






300 


300 




300 






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J. E. Hearn 






















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171,900 


173,480 


1,500 


1,500 


174,980 


43,044 


900 


43,944 


13,734 




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171,120 


170,407 


3,300 


3,600 


174,007 


43,425 


1,200 


44,625 


11,932 




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3,073 






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2,100 




381 


300 


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2,350 


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900 




900 
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4,700 






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1,800 




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7,800 


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600 
250 
250 


942 

286 

66 


942 

286 

66 


300 
91 
21 


300 
91 
21 


2,655 
806 
186 


2,655 
806 
186 


137 
42 
10 


137 
42 
10 




146 
44 
10 


146 
44 
10 




194 
35 




390 


107 
25 
51 


107 
25 
51 


34 
8 
16 


34 
8 
16 


303 
69 
143 


303 
69 
143 


16 
4 

7 


15 
4 

7 




17 
4 
8 


16 
4 

8 




9 

2 
4 






88 

75 


88 
75 


28 
24 


28 
24 


249 
211 


249 
211 


13 

11 


13 
11 




14 
12 


14 
12 




428 
214 




600 


196 

21 

22 


196 
21 

22 


63 

7 
7 


63 

7 


554 
58 
62 


554 
58 
62 


29 
3 
3 


29 
3 
3 




30 
3 
3 


10 




73 




300 
600 


414 

56 

1,300 


414 

56 

1,300 


132 

18 

414 


132 

18 
414 


1,167 

157 

3,663 


1,167 

157 

3,663 


60 

8 

189 


60 

8 

189 




64 

9 

201 


64 

9 

201 




370 
66 
1,084 ; 






19 


15 


6 


6 


54 


54 


3 


5 




3 








- 


500 


124 
49 


124 
49 


40 
16 


40 
16 


351 

138 


351 
138 


18 

7 


18 

7 




19 

8 


18 
8 




35 
34 






111 


111 


35 


35 


313 


313 


16 


16 




17 


17 




9 


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100 
100 
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82 
61 
91 


82 
61 
91 


26 
19 
29 


26 

19 
29 


232 
173 

257 


232 

173 

257 

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12 

9 

13 

104 


12 

9 

13 

104 




13 

9 

14 

111 


13 

9 

14 

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7 

7 

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299 


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26 


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8 


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73 


73 


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10,413 
10,547 

134 


3,330 
3,413 

83 


3,324 
3,344 

20 


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20,487 
8,993 


29,363 

20,120 

9,243 


1,527 
1,559 

32 


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1,551 

13 




1,620 

1,559 

61 


1,512 

1,473 

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272 
254 



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486 



633 

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2,646 



195 

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181 



486 



633 

631 

2,646 



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33 

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33 
33 

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18 
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MINISTERIAL £ 








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55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


56c 


57a 


57b 


57c 


58a 


58b 


Coushatta 


5,725 


5,725 






5,725 


1,200 




1,200 


600 


KJ 


Cross Roads 


900 


900 






900 


900 




900 




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Ellerbe Roads 


2,400 


5,630 






5,630 












Grand Cane 


1,500 


1,650 






1.650 


600 




600 




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Bethel 


900 


900 






900 


600 




600 






Greenwood 


4,800 


4,800 






4,800 


900 




900 


300 


55 


Hall Summit 


1,620 


1,620 






1,620 


205 




205 


200 




Carroll Creek 


400 


400 






400 


200 




200 






East Point 


833 


833 






833 


107 




107 


100 




Wesley 


1,147 


1,147 






1,147 


188 




188 


100 




Haughton 


4,600 


4,600 






4,600 


1,400 




1,400 


400 




Holly Springs 


1,200 


800 






800 


400 




400 






Hosston 


2,370 


2,370 






2,370 


800 




800 


400 




Ida 


1,230 


1,230 






1,230 


400 




400 


200 




Keatchie 


360 


360 






360 


240 




240 






Logansport 


4,800 


4,800 






4,800 


1,200 




1,200 






Love Chapel 


1,800 


1,800 






1,800 












Mansfield 


7,200 


7,200 






7,200 


1,200 




1,200 


400 




Many 


6,000 


6,300 






6,300 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Mooringsport 


3,100 


3,100 






3,100 


1,700 




1,700 






Oil City 


2,700 


2,700 






2,700 


900 




900 






Rodessa 


900 


900 






900 


600 




600 






Pelican 


2,000 


2,000 






2,000 


800 




800 






Mitchell 


1,000 


1,000 






1,000 


500 




500 






Plain Dealing 


5,040 


5,040 






5,040 


1,800 




1,800 






Walker's Chapel 


180 


360 






360 












Pleasant Hill 


2,400 


2,200 






2,200 


550 




550 






Bayou Scie 


180 


220 






220 


110 




110 






Converse 


360 


330 






330 


220 




220 






Shiloah 


240 










240 




240 






Stonewall 


1,750 


1,750 






1,750 


750 




750 


197 




Keithville 


1,100 


950 






950 


450 




450 


180 




Longstreet 


720 


720 






720 


480 




480 


100 




Vivian 


6,700 


6,700 






6,700 


1,200 




1,200 






Zwolle 


4,410 


4,200 






4,200 


720 




720- 


636 




Noble 




210 






210 


150 




150 






Shreveport— Broadmoor 


10,000 


10,700 




2,363 


13,063 


1,200 


4,501 


1,650 


600 


225 


Caddo Hts. 


5,400 


5,400 






5,400 


1,500 




1,500 






Cedar Grove 


7,200 


7,200 






7,200 


1,200 




1,200 


450 




Christ Church 


6,000 


6,000 






6,000 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




First Church 


15,000 


15,000 


16,450 


24,580 


39,580 


825 




825 


1,432 




Lakeview 


5,000 


5,000 






5,000 


1,800 




1,800 






Man gum Mem. 


8,280 


8,280 






8,280 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Momingside 


6,600 


6,600 






6,600 


1,200 




1,200 






Noel Mem. 


12,200 


12,200 


8,200 


8,000 


20,200 


5,400 




5,400 






North Highland 


6,700 


6,700 






6,700 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




St. Luke's 


5,240 


5,470 






5,470 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Summer Grove 


6,700 


6,700 






6,700 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Trinity 


3,500 


3,300 






3,300 


1,200 




1,200 


600 




Wesley 


3,360 


3,360 






3,360 


1,200 




1,200 


300 




Wynne Mem. 


5,300 


5,300 






5,300 


800 




800 


500 




George Pearce, Jr. 






















Luman Douglas 






















K. G. Rorie 






















J. C. Skinner 






















Robert Ed. Taylor 






















V. M. Morris 






















TOTAL 


215,788 


223,255 


24,650 


34,943 


258,198 


54,835 


450 


55.285 


12,495 


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TOTAL LAST YEAR 


219,116 


217,881 


34,769 


34,850 


252,731 


47,662 


7,040 


54,702 


12,364 


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5,374 




93 


5,467 


7,173 




583 


131 




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172 


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6 


56 


56 


3 


3 




3 


1 




1 






85 


85 


27 


28 


239 


239 


12 


13 




13 








" 




24 


28 


8 


8 


67 


67 


3 


3 




4 


4 










22 


22 


7 


7 


61 


61 


3 


3 




3 


3 




1 






34 


34 


11 


11 


97 


25 


5 


5 




5 


5 




18 




197 


96 


96 


30 


30 


270 


270 


14 


14 




15 


15 




115 




180 


55 


55 


17 


18 


155 


155 


8 


8 




8 


8 




66 




100 


35 


35 


11 


11 


98 


98 


5 


5 




5 


5 




42 






427 


427 


136 


136 


1,202 


1,202 


62 


62 




66 


65 




54 




636 


140 


140 


44 


44 


394 


394 


20 


20 




22 


22 




166 






15 


16 


5 


5 


42 


30 


o 


2 




2 


4 




30 




825 


2,228 


2,228 


709 


709 


6,278 


6,278 


324 


324 




344 


344 




182 






437 


437 


139 


139 


1,231 


1,231 


64 


64 




68 


68 




621 




450 


615 


615 


196 


196 


1,733 


1,733 


89 


89 




95 


95 




134 




600 


293 


293 


93 


93 


825 


825 


43 


43 




45 


45 




321 


- 


1,432 


4,561 


4,561 


1,451 


1,451 


12,855 


12,855 


663 


663 




705 


705 




373 


■- 




414 


414 


132 


132 


1,168 


1,168 


60 


60 




64 


64 




84 




600 


1,065 


1,065 


339 


339 


3,001 


3,001 


155 


155 




165 


165 




188 






470 


470 


150 


150 


1,324 


1,329 


68 


68 




73 


73 




633 


,. 




2,760 


2,760 


878 


878 


7,779 


7,779 


401 


401 




427 


427 




226 




600 


508 


508 


162 


162 


1,432 


1,432 


74 


74 




79 


79 




388 




600 


277 


277 


88 


88 


782 


782 


40 


40 




43 


43 




23 




600 


507 


507 


161 


161 


1,429 


1,429 


74 


74 




78 


78 




120 


'" 


600 


226 


1 


72 


1 


636 


636 


33 


33 




35 


1 




1 




300 


199 


199 


63 


63 


562 


562 


29 


29 




31 








J 


500 


415 


415 


132 


132 


1,170 


1,170 


60 


60 




64 


64 




34 


.; 


12,720 


- 21,218 


20,928 


6,751 


6,701 


59,782 


59,465 


3,082 


3,075 




3,279 


3,085 




6,559 : 


1 


12,964 


20,808 


19,926 


6,621 


6,408 


39,726 


39,199 


3,029 


2,962 




3,029 


2,767 


22,625 


24,717 : 






410 


1,002 


130 


293 


20,056 


20,266 


53 


113 




250 


318 






j 


244 


























18,158 



STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 2-RECAPITULATION-FNINACIAL REPORT 





MINISTERIAL S 


Pastors and Associate P< 


stors 












S 


-d 






Ti 






3 




S 




u 


Ph 


a 




a 
Ph 




5 






a 
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© 


OS 


>■> 


o 


c 


o 


-o 


£ 


< 




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Ph 


a 
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c/d 


Ph 




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Ph 


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o 


Ph 




o 


£ 


o 


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Ph 


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H< 


h£ 


H< 


H< 


^ 


^ 




55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


56c 


57a 


57b 


57c 


58a 


58b 




153,019 


148,514 


4,800 


5,400 


153,914 


38,788 


1,200 


39,988 


8,140 






250,045 


252,789 


24,100 


26,716 


279,505 


60,566 


5,730 


66,296 


14,743 


3,500 




135,336 


138,651 


4,300 


4,300 


142,951 


29,202 


1,200 


30,402 


9,467 


6,001 


Lake Charles 


169,765 


171,504 


6,100 


6,100 


177,604 


32,800 


1,600 


34,400 


13,747 


1,200 




214,423 


211,936 




225 


212,161 


47,853 


1,200 


49,053 


16,987 






225,485 


223,425 


19,420 


19,420 


242,845 


40,035 


4,800 


44,835 


14,327 


600 




171,900 


173,480 


1,500 


1,500 


174,980 


43,044 


900 


43,944 


13,734 




Shreveport 


215,788 


223,255 


24,650 


34,943 


258,198 


54,835 


450 


55,285 


12,495 


225 


TOTAL 


1,535,761 


1,543,554 


84,370 


98,604 


1,642,158 


347,123 


17,080 


364,203 


103,640 


6,125 


TOTAL LAST YEAR 


1,501,845 


1,494,398 


120,609 


117,011 


1,611,409 


340,608 


24,815 


365,423 


86,435 


7,151 


INCREASE 


33,916 


49,156 






30,749 


6,515 






17,205 




DECREASE 






36,239 


18,407 






7,735 


1,220 




1,026 



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UPPORT 



CONNECTIC 



Dist. Supt. Fund. 



Episcopal 
Fund 



Conf. Claimants' 
Fund 



Min. Sal. 
Fund 



Gen. Adr 
Fund 



Jurisdictional, 
Area, Conf. 



58c 



59a 



59b 



60a 



60b 



61a 



61b 



62a 



62b 



63 



65a 



65b 



66b 



8,140 
18,243 
10,067 
14,947 
16,987 
14,927 
13,734 
12,720 



9,282 
18,953 

9,462 
11,203 
13,352 
15,896 
10,462 
21,218 



9,204 
18,872 

9,444 
11,210 
13,340 
15,810 
10,413 
20,928 



2,951 
6,048 
3,007 
3,565 
4,257 
5,056 
3,330 
6,751 



2,930 
5,954 
3,003 
3,567 
4,250 
5,019 
3,324 
6,701 



26,152 
53,543 
26,660 
31,573 
37,655 
44,791 
29,480 
59,782 



25,597 
52,929 
26,335 
31,532 
37,736 
44,553 
29,363 
59,465 



1,349 
2,766 
1,375 
1,595 
1,948 
2,312 
1,527 
3,082 



1,314 
2,638 
1,373 
1,634 
1,947 
2,279 
1,538 
3,075 



1,434 
2,933 
1,462 
1,732 
2,084 
2,456 
1,620 
3,279 



1,357 
2,643 
1,393 
1,648 
1,722 
2,210 
1,512 
3,085 



6,593 
11,157 
3,492 
3,488 
3,652 
9,746 
6,534 
6,559 



109,765 
93,586 
16,179 



109,922 

100,835 

9,087 



109,221 

107,556 

1,665 



34,995 

34,946 

49 



34,748 

34,375 

373 



309,900 
209,688 
102,212 



307,510 
207,090 
100,420 



15,968 
15,977 



15,798 

15,732 

66 



17,000 

15,977 

1,023 



15,570 
14,593 

977 



108,834 
108,834 



51,221 
140,865 



H 









INDEX 



Page 
Admitted — 

On Trial 41 

Full Connection 34 

Appointments 61 

Area Council 7 

Boards 14 

Calendar of Dates 29 

Changes in Charge Boundaries 185 

Commemoration Service 33 

Commissions 20 

Condensed Minutes 53 



Conference 

Classes .. 
Officers 



42 
5 



Roll and Service Record 188 

Rules _ 206 

Deacons Ordained 60 



Delegates — General 
and Jurisdictional 

Directories — 

Approved Supplies — 
Church Lay Delegates 

Deaconesses 

District Lay Leaders — 

Effective Members 

Lay Delegates 

Local Preachers 



Members on Trial 

Missionaries 

Retired Members 

Elders Ordained 

Journal (Daily Minutes) — 
Regular Session 

Report — Area Council 



176 

178 

64 

16 

165 

178 

183 

175 

64 

163 

60 

33 
. 80 



Reports of Boards — 

Christian Social Concerns 
Deaconess 



Page 

Education 81 

Evangelism 87 

Hospitals and Homes 97 

Lay Activities 105 

Ministerial Training— (See 
Daily Journal, Third Day) 

Missions 110 

Pensions 117 

Reports of Commissions — 

Christian Vocations — 94 

Commission on 

Christian Higher Education 83 

Historical 108 

Public Relations and 

Methodist Information 109 

Minimum Salary and 

Sustentation 106 

Television, Radio & Film 132 

Town & Country Work 131 

World Service & Finance 145 

Worship 135 

Reports of Committees — 

Conference Relations 95 

District Conference 

Records 97 

One Thousand Club 116 

Resolutions 136 

Urban Work 135 

Report of Statistical 

Secretary 



Report of Treasurer 
(Conference) 



124 

127 

121 

Resolutions (Trustees) 136 

Transfers 61 



Report of Trustees 
(Conference) . — 



88 
96 



Woman's Society of 
Christian Service .. 



133